Archbishop Rummel High School - Raider Yearbook (Metairie, LA)

 - Class of 1976

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Archbishop Rummel High School - Raider Yearbook (Metairie, LA) online yearbook collection, 1976 Edition, Cover
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X , Qf x' I " ' ,i" EW .552 .V Af z., .el ' S2 Q N Hf M, ' Q I I 1 .N Q '91 A51 74' .3 A 16, ':"M' 45? " ig, X, Q. 3 mv M Q Q 1 I 3. ,rpg .. .-. . . 99--, .3-n UA,-9. ,qv-1 -r- ..--cu-Q Introduction Actlvntles .... Organizations Faculty ..... Classes ..... Sports ...... Boosters .... Contents ififIff1QffQfIfffIi4a 3 X 5 , vi A M-if SE' Fm W 3 2- 4 rf: 5? 3 , E57 ,M 'HK A Wi! -pw as 'fr-55 vs Wi 55 'T ' ' ,, , 1 " -. '4 ' i in M , "-3,3 If 3 I ,L 'Lf v, r, ws 4 M, -0... rx IP. dnwgqib 4,1 N9 S on o Raiders prepare for daily routine L i iv: .45 S Y, Y :-A X i, . 1-M1 ,I w ki: .4- ,, ,. - 021131.13 r reeee,r , we 5 ' i " ' 'r " Qin W- i2'i'. V ff iffii, Q 1 '- ,ff , . . . 1, 123911 "2fii'li' if 'T ' A L . .wb hi .. QM v. e 92,1 af: ,X VN Tiggggi X W Nia M525 553591 355 . - 1- , ,. Q- wi ef K r ' , X ' 'flixfg-:H ., m'y1G,f" 'F N ik ' fr H gf .i,,,. -. , M MQW we 7 5? Y' ,-i supported by students and faculty tt 1 'E sg uni-n1 Pride exhibited in hobbies, Travel, school support 111 Q V i I A ws i 3 'D 4- -..-my 'W .E I ' 5 1 1 , E 'Lg y W ac , J 1, ,, . 4,- 5 , V. - f if M -vi m QI , Qu, ' Q I f I QU ' ., iz -- , fu "' ' , ' f f '55 v "'.,,:QLQ.M2' ,. 'H of "4 , fwf, w 'ffm-H ' W. ff-f H 9 M Q Y ,y , , 2 A 'W 'www .QQ if Q A A 12 r f ' W A Ja 1 1, w A 1 Zvi W 'ii kv 'Q' 4 - vi 'fi' 5 ' M, W .W wif? 4, is I l'w"giw X ' , 1 My J wily' 5' PX Q W Y Y .-f""' 1 Af I4 c' 'r 'i senaefrfagi Ninety-one seniors spent six fun-filled days in Nassau, Bahamas, and Disney World during the week before Thanksgiving: The three days of the cruise aboard the "Flavia" . . . the five meals a day . . . the midnight buffet . . .the straw market . . . Hazel. . . shuffleboard at 2 am. . . no girls on board. . .NPA casino. . . sunsets on the ocean. . .customs inspections . . . "nothing to declare" . . .orange groves . . . Space Mountain . . .dining room prices . . . fright masks . . -. stewordesses. . .-ci great time was had by all. si OPPOSITE PAGE, LEFT: A load of seniors truckin' to the Nassau Motorcycle Rental Agency. RIGHT: Lionel Hibbs gets the once-over from a Miami Airport security guard. BOTTOM: David Moynan and Earl Lizana observe as Chris Bucher takes advantage of one of the many bargains in the Straw Market. LEFT: Seniors line the railings, as the "Flavia" sets sail out of Miami. RIGHT: Mike Sylve takes advantage ofthe romantic atmosphere ofthe high seas, while Anthony Lala, left, Bruce Laborde, and Mark Lagarde, rear, wonder how he does it. BOTTOM: Terry Radacker, wheels around a corner, forgetting that traffic flows the "wrong way" in Nassau. Homecoming After months of preparation, planning, and anticipation, Homecoming had finally arrived. As the week started the spirit began to build up, and the final adiustments were made. During this period the Freshmen endured the ordeal of initiation for the last week. By the time Friday came, the Homecoming festivities were at their peak. The pep-rally, in the gym, began the ceremony with the introduction of the Homecoming Queen, Sharon Padua, and her court. After a speech by Wayne Nosacka everyone filed out to the field where the bon-fire was ignited. The Freshmen threw their beanies into the blazing inferno as a sign of their acceptance into the Rummel community. The night ended with the Soc Hop in the gym. But this was only the beginning. On Saturday, hundreds of alumni returned to the "ole alma mater" to inhance this spirit-filled occasion. The motor-cade and parade, consisting of thirty beautifully decorated cars, proceeded to East Jefferson Stadium where Rummel played and beat Chalmette in the Homecoming game to the tune of 7-O. At halftime Sharon Padua was crowned the 1975-1976 Homecoming Queen. All was over until the court met again on November 22 for a more formal celebration, the Homecoming Dance. It was held at the Delta Towers, with the music being furnished by Star. ki, 5,33 OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Janet Belanger crowns Sharon Padua 75- 76 Homecoming Queen. BOTTOM: 75-76 Homecoming Court. lstandingl: Terri Dubroc, Yvette Thibodeaux, Regina Egan, Cindy Villavaso, Pam Harris, lin frontl: Lori Richard and Sharon Padua. THIS PAGE TOP: Alumni discuss old times at cocktail pcriy. BOTTOM LEFT: Harold Stelz sings the National Anthem. ABOVE: Sharon Padua ignites the bonfire. - Y O .Y fr.. i Wy fm ' Jaw 0 ' TZFQ 5 TOP LEFT: Mike Wiedeman enioys his dance. TOP RIGHT: Freshmen prepcre posters for Cholmehe game. MIDDLE: Mike, Quenf, Don, and .lack pause for a picture. BOTTOM: Wayne Nosacka gives c spirited ialk at pep-rally. .wx z TOP: Janet Belcnger '75 Queen crowns Sharon Padua '76 Queen BOTTOM: Mrs. Simkin's H.R. 23 displcy their pride with o prize winning car. is-. Dances The 1975-76 Student Council sponsored five dances during the school year for the Rummel Community. L.A. "Boogie Band" welcomed the students to Rummel with the back to school dance on September 6, 1975. Cn October 17, Halifax performed for the homecoming soc-hop. On November 15, Star rocked at the Delta Towers for the Homecoming Dance. Isosceles Popsicle came to the Rummel gym for a Christmas-New Year's dance on Dec. 28. On March 27 the Louisiana Lightning band furnished the music for the March of Dimes dance. All in all, the dances were a success and the Student Council was pleased to be able to entertain the Rummel Community and look forward to a greater success in the 1976-77 school year. 'Y K' OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Baseball ace Kenny Francingues gives an exhibition of his dancing talent with his date at one of the school's soc-hops. OPPOSITE PAGE LEFT: Jay Raspino and date pose for the camera at the senior Ring Dance at Chateau Estates. OPPOSITE PAGE RIGHT: Behind the scenes ata soc-hop: "Please bring some more guys!!!" LEFT: Robert Moldoner and Arthur Bayer sell refreshments during the dances. BELOW: Scott Marks and his date sit one out. BELOW LEFT: David Garrett, Jay "T, A." Kinberger, Randy Peters, Randy Robichaux and their dates gladly pose for the camera. E Junior-Senior Prom April 24, 1976 was the date of the Junior-Senior prom held at Braniff Place on Canal Street. Hugh Mac rocked to a disco beat, that thrilled and set some participant's feet to dancing. Braniff Place's emperial room provided a setting which made the affair very enioyable to all who attended. ff!""'K - ... ,pm ,XY v-Z 9 an P12 Q-KVM! ai' . :1'n'f.,""nf.W' wmv 7j,94ffg,r,t,3y2,"B.gg R e' M9 c' MW' tm ' - 'f'Q3'!81' 'utfygs I ,, Vsewffff ii- 'Q ' H," :ff"f..'vg .ffl f '!',v, 'f 4 " 9: 'gl S9 4? .0 'im ' i'F'f '65, 151. 6- : , Iv riff tg ,.,, , ,war ,W .N K . if as AJ ' M Q N2 N3 1 Q - .c.. .mfr . ,, , 7k"g l I : 1 Q. Z 1 1 iff, I1 ,,t, ,M V, f ic l Je ff? Y iff' if gi M my W f--Mfg, N, .,,, ..,:w.:m, .5 , ,ix :M sp f ' ' "" . ff N U ..,, V 11 ,ggi --pg, ssi I. :TK I 1, -.1 wr ,adv 'K OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Tom Trap and Kim Codow enioy the sound of Hugh Mac. LEFT: David, Randy, Kevin and dates can't seem to get it going. BOTTOM: John Highstreet and Dennis Englade seemed to be amused by the photographer. THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Danny Guisti tries the Bump. TOP RIGHT: Don Schneider stops for a pose with Lynn. LEFT: Eric Weissborn's face radiates the delight of the evening. RIGHT: Glenn Waldon, David . - -time TK., Moynan, and dates seem to be X QQ -HQ enioying the prom. BELOW: Don 1 T Raymond, Mike Wiedemann and dates fake a break. BOTTOM RIGHT: Don and Kathy are "Looking Good." LEFT: Gerard Ramos :hots with Donna as the music plays on. BOTTOM LEFT: Tom Bosch finally arrives with his date lwithout c ticketi. BELOW: Carl Deroche sits one out. Senior Prom The Senior Prom was held this year on May 21 at the beautiful Royal Sonesta. Zany Murphy Band provided the music which crowded the dance floor with every song. Prior to the Senior Prom festivities many enioyed the food offered by great New Orleans restaurants while others partook of the delicious meal offered at the Buffet at the Royal Sonesta. At l:OO A.M. the bell tolled for the end of the 1976 Prom. For most it was only the beginning of a long night of partying and merriment throughout the city. 5 'uit F-'A Zine Anti? '- Q, .as if 2 . if l ' 4 0 .I ' gs .y 26 5 .I Y t A ' ' '1 W 7 ft... W . A t 5 ,Q ISR ,ggi-B 1" 7 lx K i ni .JDM OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP: Mark and Ann take time out to examine her corsage. OPPOSITE PAGE: BOTTOM LEFT: Ed Moran enioys the music of Zany Murphy. BOTTOM RIGHT: Randy Robinson and date give a little smile forthe camera. THIS PAGE: TOP: Jay Kinberger and Suzy Guichard seem to be satiated with the delectable meal at the buffet. BOTTOM: Don Raymond and Mike Wiedemann enioy their buffet supper at the Royal Sonesta. it S If? x "1 -A ', is 0: ' fd Q I 1 , ., ,M - - wp' ' 4 I? , ' . - . , 4 7 59' 7. nj - ' K I if . up 'TPJ1 I ""Q,'l f M frwg :if . i TOP: Tony, Randy and aotes relax between dances. RIGHT: Doug and Shirly enioy a most memorable evening. Lf vm. Q,- ,4- vi? A 2 6. ' ATV 3 A 'E'-jigefwf a -x I . or- A, I if f --:aaseff:p5Afga,5g,gg.A ' if Y , rl 2 1 I' A til A ,f X ir,-I l 3 ro' ,Ea f wwf xg: ,A 4? . Q ., X 5 ff 'Gigi ff 4 it Z Xi i Q. ML M5 N - Qb , 3 zrwk . K ...V 5 , ,E LEFT: Chris Lind and Karen Thomas rest after a hard workout on the dance floor. BOTTOM LEFT: Sulufaforian William Schaefer and Kalhy Kovaks fake a break from the buffet before the prom. RIGHT: After a long evening of merrimenf Chris Accardo and his dale still look fresh. my , if .Jay kk 3 Q W fi' 29 cfDm.CQzAmuzmwuQDms W 9? -as . -if K . M ,r -sf -A .Qi 2 7 ' 31 mlmll 8 9 f. N. e gg! ,Ei S All "tl I 2 Ig, IIIITAK ...,, The Raider Following the National Standards of Yearbooks, the Raider Staff, under the leadership of Mr. Bill Arthurs and Brother Anthony decided to attempt to make the 1976 yearbook the best in Rummel's history. In order to achieve this goal the staff used mosaic, modular, smokestacks, skyscape and other patterns and began the work of drawing layouts, taking pictures, cropping them, typing captions, proofreading etc., to meet deadlines. This work started in August and on May 26 the final copy was shipped to Taylor Publishing Co. in Dallas. This firm has promised a September delivery. X 1 I V. K I , A 'f .KWH ,.,,.. I K gy- i . i I X Jy I I I i 4 , 6. 4 - fx. . . 'U"""" --' ' fa - ' It I '-am. ,: ,e:fazsaf..fs.p13g . , ' - V ,B 4- ' I s fffg M 3 X 11.-- v -11 az, - xkggw, , ,,, . TOP RIGHT: Editors-in-Chief, Randy Robichaux and Jay Kinberger, devoted four years of service to the Raider. ABOVE: Sports Editors, Mike Wiedemann and Quentin Kelly work on various sports events for the yearbook. RIGHT: Yearbook Moderator, Mr. Bill Arthurs, examines negatives. M -1 fir . 5,12 1 , ,gf --fig. , , iw., i i w M5 T ws? TOP LEFT: Brother Anthony Clement, Yearbook Advisor, reioices that the Senior Prom and Graduation sections are the only pages missing to complete the 1976 Yearbook. TOP RIGHT: Assistant Spoi Editor, Kenny Francingues and Academic Editor Greg Aicklen make their final corrections. BOTTOM LEFT: Assistant Editors, Michael Harang and Stephen Fuselier discuss whether to use Mosaic or Modular patterns. BOTTOM RIGHT: Chief photographer Lonnie Rodrigue "cogitates" whether to make a vertical or horizontal "pitcher." I , A 'wg K W... k,,. 'Y r -- '50-' -..X 'Q M'-A . -so xi' TOP RIGHT: Feature Editor Kirk Frosch is finishing his assigned section on the cheerleaders. BOTTOM: Raider Staff at the L.S.P.A. Seminar in Baton Rouge: Mr. Bill Arthurs, Kirk Frosch, Randy Peters, Greg Aicklen, Kenny Francingues, Casey Geohegan, Randy Robichaux, David Garrett, Jim Ellis, Allen Buiol, Quentin Kelly, Quentin Tauzin, Lonnie Rodrigue, Mark Scheffler, Jay Kinberger, and Brother Anthony Clement, FSC. OPPOSITE PAGE: Mark Scheffler, Steve Fuselier, Kenny Francingues and Casey Geohegan busy working on layouts. BOTTOM LEFT: Photographers: Richard Horil, Lonnie Rodrigue, Scott Muller, Carl Leboeuf, and Quentin Tauzin. BOTTOM RIGHT: Carl Leboeuf working in the lab: "Glossy up, feet away." . .NX l x,,4 I fl A l illl I , 5 .ml xx 5 RAIDER'S DIGEST The RAIDER'S DIGEST comes out about every six weeks. It is given to the students to keep them aware of what has happened, what is happening, and what is going to happen within the school. 1976 is the last year that Brother Michael Cimino will handle it. The Digest will now be headed by Mr. Mike Boudreaux. THIS PAGE RIGHT: Anthony Fasone works on final draft. BOTTOM LEFT: Casey Geohegan and Mark Scheffler distribute issues ofthe paper to the classes. BOTTOM RIGHT: George Drendel and Richard Ducombs help Allen Buiol meet deadline. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Editor-in-chief Casey Geohegan discusses layouts with Brother Mike. BOTTOM: 75-76 RAlDER'S DIGEST staff. wind x"'-1"11"b A . g2 wm ..,s'-QNSYN'-'Q N 4+-atm Wx 4 B ,J I, ,,,ff As Q W if" H ' 'Jw xx! .L 1 x V ?fl'i"'fM'P 1' 5 " ' fVi ' 'f ' -"UT A ' M., - . , if - ..,. , 1' . , ,. , w If , -V I J, .,,. - 1 'W' ... ' , ., ' N ,,-'N 5, if "N ' 7 H H f -' c Q . , ,..,,,V ,.,. , .- 7 , 5 - W, ' 'k 'fFi"517' ' Q W " ,MI-W - . I.-Y--'dw 3 , , , ww W . 'H ' Y f,,,M' 1, X a Jn A V, 1 31 X ' xx I I M. AiY,,""". ...-.1 Stage Band The Rummel Stage Band, directed by Mr. Maurice Varnado, has been seen by many during the past year, at such places as the Loyola Jazz Festival, the U.S.L. Jazz Festival, and some performances at both Rummel and Chapelle. During the summer of 1975, the Stage Band went on a twenty-three day tour of Communist Poland, highlighted by visits to Warsaw, Poznan, and Gdansk. Q -af Q41 JPNYG U 5 5 Q o . .zum-,': 7.1, wig ,,f' wmwaezi , ,, ...Ms-.,,,. . 1, ,,,, , Mi., - . V 2415 .ff-f , . ,.,.,,0,...,,. , WW... , , , L A 'i..1a2,,. wfg,5.g. -fiwigfzgi if f-.- - ,fff ,sm p w ., . ,WL., M-K.. Ig will 52 - 7 ,01 1 12.1233 ' iW'x:'11as. 2: W ,W gm? ' Mft' kL,.g?4f9T?E'5: ,, ,L 1'--wa., . ff: uf- ' "fe ffililzif, .zu ,, Z ,W W,.J ? wt ,, f- , mil? If 2, if 514 4 ii Q +4.11 UP .iffi-vig.. mfg Q26 r f an iii 'Q ii 1 Y ' .W- OPPOSITE PAGE TOP LEFT: Lead alto sax, Chris "Cannonball" Lind, plays his intricate solo at the U.S.L. STAGE BAND FESTIVAL. RIGHT: Mr. Maurice Varnado, band director, announces the next number at a performance. BOTTOM: The l975-1976 Rummel High School Stage Band performs at the U.S.L. Jazz Festival. THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Many band members visited the famous Cinderella Castle at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Fla. RIGHT: Beth Lanson and Donna Martiny have fun in the pool at one of the hotels. BOTTOM: A few of the stage band members take time out for a group picture on the U.S.L. stage band trip. Band "Here Comes the 1975-1976 Rummel High School Raider Marching Band." - was a familiar phrase to the many spectators at Raider ball games and parades. The band was very active during the past year, performing at more than sixty functions, such as half-time shows, contests, concerts, basketball games and parades. Directed by Mr. Varnado, with drum maior Eddie Moran, the band was chosen from 60 high school bands across the nation to perform at the DeSoto Celebration in Florida. s 6 Z Q t X w 1 5 .r,,, 'ii ..., , ,,. ,,,,,r, , .',,-- ,hr K X. 1 7'-' M i l- r K . x f ,if 'ff E A I W ,,,.,.., - -V I - . Ww,,,,i.,, .W zwle,-ws 5' ,L , , f.: ,, .Af V' P5975 gf? 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Dorsa, M. Benfz, E. Koeniger, S. Guichard, J. Dawson. LEFT: Drum Maior Eddie Moran leads the band in Diana parade. MIDDLE: C. Drivon, D. Fauchaux, Y. Andries carry the banner in Zeus parade. BOTTOM: L. Chaplain, C. Downey et. al. march in Diana parade. f' , .sp .L in L g B Av bf' R , Genesians The Genesians, under the direction of Mr. Charles Guaiardo, assisted by Mr. Robert Roso, began their 12th season with "When You Comin' Back Red Ryder?" followed by "Fantasticks" and "Meet Me in St. Louis." Because of the enormous response for tryouts for "Meet Me in St. Louis" there was a double cast for the play which made for more performances and gave more students acting experience. December brought a Christmas Show to the students, "Pyramus and Thysbe," starring Tom Benge and David Tracy. This was followed by a bit of inactivity for the public as the Genesians readied for the District Rally. As a result the cast of "When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?" received superior first place and best play as the Genesians captured the District Crown. The 75-76 season ended with two productions. In April "The Bad Seed" was performed, directed by Mr. Roso and starring Gina Paretto and Patty Meehan. The finale of the season was " l 776 Home l976," a bicentennial play put on in May. Over the summer the Genesians kept busy by performing two plays to the public's delight. LEFT: Martin Walker cleans up under the orders of Patty Meehan in "The Bad Seed." BOTTOM LEFT: Mary Lee Harris as Loiusa in "Fantasticks." BOTTOM RIGHT: Richard Webster meets Dawn Alexander as Beth Thibodeaux and Susan Bryant looks on in delight in "Meet Me in St. Louis." OPPOSITE PAGE: Gina Paretto scolds her daughter Patty Meehan for not telling the truth. BOTTOM: The cast of Fantasticks. TOP LEFT: David Tracey introduces himself to the audience in "Pyramus and Thysbe." TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Daigle fDebbie Mayeauxj is worried about her son's death as George Breedy and Gina Paretto give their sympathy in "The Bad Seed." BOTTOM: One of the casts from the double production of "Meet Me in St. Louis." N-, ,Q ' sam 3 xr wwe Q5 f .M .gy T. ,,,..r erei ,,,,.,grw5yf'F?'Q,r t .. f ws. m 3 'V , fu H. , fs ,CE .w , 9 ,if ,, my , , 1 LEFT: Jimmy Tarleton and Tommy Benge starring in "Pyrcmus and Thysbe." BOTTOM LEFT: Louisa iMary Lee Harrisj and Matt iGIemm Desmukesl are reunited after a separation in "Fantosticks." BELOW: Eddie Womuc cs "The Moon" in "Pyrcmus and Thysbe." BOTTOM RIGHT: Tootie fRenee Pregeontj bites her fcther's boss iMark Burdick, in "Meet Me in St. Louis." A n-,..,, g... ZH'M Cheerleaders After attending a cheerleader camp over the summer, the cheerleaders, captained by Eddie Breaux and Cindy Villavaso, came back with many awards and different things to try out. More lifts and new cheers were used, to name a few. The cheerleaders work hard during football and basketball seasons trying to bring a new dimension into cheerleading. Moderated by Mr. Bruce Clark, they attend many activities to help spark spirit. .sul if 1 4, if ff -rg.. , I, ,ef OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Debbie Harris attempts to make the cheerleader squad. LEFT: Pam Davenport displays her exuberance at the Martin game. MIDDLE: Sharon Padua pleads for more support at the De La Salle game. BOTTOM: Cheerleaders show their spirit at the Holy Cross game, on Halloween night. THIS PAGE TOP: lkneelingl: Jane Otemaa, Debbie Block, Sharon Padua, Cindy Villavaso lCapt.l, Pam Davenport, Lisa Pike, lcrouchingl: D. J. Hebert, David Tracey, Aldo Walters, Kyle Boudreau, Eddie Breaux lCapt.l, Richard Wester, Perry Achee, lstandingl: Mr. B. Clark lModeratorl. MIDDLE: Cindy Villavaso and D. J. Hebert lead the cheers at the St. Aug game. BOTTOM: Cheerleaders spark spirit at pep-rally. Student Council The 1975-76 Student Council sponsored 5 dances and a City-wide Student Council Volleyball tournament. All elections were handled by the Student Council, and all the homecoming activities were handled by them. The Rummel High Student Council would like to thank the students, faculty and the administration for helping them throughout the year. it 1 ,i V ,Vyk V V , M ,- me l i. 1 'Q OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Chris Lind discusses the Senior activities with his committee. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: The 75-76 Student Council. THIS PAGE TOP: Members ofthe Graduation Committee give helping advise in planning the Senior Day, and graduation. BOTTOM LEFT: Don Raymond helps Soph. Perry Achee in planning activities for the upcoming year. RIGHT: Secretary Dave Derenbecker runs off the minutes from the last meeting to be distributed throughout the school. ,- 1" if ,pf I 51 Key Club The Key Club has completed one of its most successful years at Rummel. The club began the year by hosting the international convention. Almost 3,000 delegates from every corner of North America converged on New Orleans. "5O Years of Caring . . . Only the Beginning. . ." was the international theme. This theme set the goal for the coming year. With this goal in view, the Rummel Club undertook proiects that served not only the school, but also the community. Under the leadership of senior officers Chris Bucher, president, Arthur Bayer, vice president, and Jim Lapre, treasurer, the Key Club participated in numerous proiects: The Jerry Lewis Labor Day Telethon, a fund raising drive for St. Michael's Special School, a Key Club celebration at St. Louis Cathedral, the Cystic Fibrosis Cyclethon, and many other proiects. The Key Club ended its administrative year at the district convention in Lake Charles. At the convention the Rummel scrapbook won first place in district competition and advanced to international competition. Also at the convention, Tony Tramonte won the Louisiana-Mississippi-West Tennessee District award for Outstanding Lieutenant Governor. 4 ,4-rd Y 1 OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Tony Tramonte and Fred Landry display number one scrapbook and best lt. governor awards brought back from district convention. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Members of the Key Club from left to right are lbottom row1 Craig Hill, David Tauzy, Ronald Perelli, Jon Verret, Steve Mouton, John Klein, Mark Diblin, Donovan Allen, lrow 21 Glen Miller, Keith Ural, Craig Pond, Andy Schroeder, Glen Walden, Greg Bruno, Emile Netzhammer, lrow 31 James Roach, David Jeansonne, Jim Ellis, Chris Bucher, Mike York, Steve Kern, lrow 41 Tony Tramonte, George Alonzo, Bobby Graham, David Vaz, Bob Moldaner, Al Thompson, lrow 51 Arthur Bayer, Brett Parent, Robert Schroeder, Ray Coyle, Fred Landry, John Meisler, David Pendergast, lrow 61 Brother Leo, Lonnie Rodrigue, John Vollenweider, Kevin Martin, James Lapre. ABOVE: Fred Landry gives a proiect report during a meeting. LEFT: Chris Bucher awards best Key Clubber ofthe Year to Fred Landry. .Y F1 I , Sa-mg , ,gm-f 'lbhyg I ..,..Jl Q . ,L , ,, . O V. ,,,,,' . Ut' gs, Va VL, j "" I. ,uf , , if 4, n INST 441-45 , urgpr was "i wt -.I Z- sew xy ,, 44 ,?2-,1--,7'.v,T,2,,lII'i4 ,Ig 'i M' '- ez, .. 1- X I , . , . . ,. 2 Q I ls la, 'nit' f 1' ' If 1 if Q ' . 7 V ' ' 'T' " TL - 5 I' U ., .M ' A T"'w, .. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Cindy Crawford helps ladies from the Old Folks Home during a Bingo Game. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP RIGHT: Tony Tramonle talks ai an inter- club meeting. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Arlhur Bayer leads the clubin a prayer. ABOVE: Key Clubbers listen and make notes during a meeling. LEFT: Chris Bucher gives his final speech as the Key Club president. l.R.C. The International Relational Club, is an Organization comprised of the Junior and Senior students from Rummel and Chapelle High Schools. Its Primary purpose is to educate and acquaint students with a greater knowledge and understanding of world events. Typical activities of the club includes: group discussions, films, guest speakers, and field trips. Club meetings alternate on a bi-weekly basis between the two schools. The moderator is Brother Byron Kenner, FSC. 13.313 OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Greg Cadella receives a certificate of merit for services rendered to city by Mr. Alberto Fowler, Director of International for New Orleans relations. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Back row: Greg Cadella, Ramon Solaries, Randy McCollum, Wayne Lombardo, John Wagespack, lfront rowl Brother Bryan Kenner, Tom Wallbillich, Tom Keenan, Keith LeBlanc. LEFT: Greg Cadella chats with students from Israel while they are having lunch in the Rummel Cafeteria. BOTTOM: Chapelle members of the I.R.C.: lfront fowl Charleen Armagnac, Cindy Mascaro, Lori Barr, Secretary- Treasurer, Maureen Gremillion, Cathy Ragas, Betty Lanson, Norma Jean Smith, lback rowl Dinah DeGeorge, Vice-President, Patti Bowes, Suzy Comeaux, Given Cadella, Historian, Nancy Godoy, Dannette Menge, Sheree Kerner, Sr. Shirley Vaugh, Moderator. Q-6 0' :vw National Honor Society N.H.S. is a national organization comprised of students who have achieved academic excellence at Rummel. The members of the society share this excellence with other students by tutoring those who are having problems in their studies. Jay Kinberger is President and Brother Gabriel is the Moderator. RIGHT: Senior Society members Mark Scheffler lleftl and Jay Kinberger put their skills to work by helping a freshman with a tough assignment. BOTTOM: Members ofthe National Honor Society are: lbottom rowj Mark Scheffler, Brett Hulin, David Moynan, Michael Aucoin, Chris Accardo, John Hardey, Emile Netzhammer, Robert Newell, tsecond rowl Gerald Lester, David Vaz, Chris Bucher, Keith Leblanc, Casey Geohegan, Jay Kinberger, Blaine Fury, ithird rowl Greg Aicklen, Herbert Duvoisin, Anthony Tramonte, Ronnie Roulier, Randy Peters, Steve Fuselier, Kenny Francingues, Joseph Lacour, lfourth rowt Anthony Fosone, Joseph Decklemann, Tim Billon, Bill Blum, Edward Fuselier, John Meils, John Meisler, Richard Doskey, lfifth rowl Billy Schaefer, Lewis Mercier, Doug Wheat, Scott Hansen, Harry Bode, Lionel Richard. ,--..- M L f feel, f.iM,k':,sisaQ an-uw -wi, i r Xvjx 'tive' f Y f fi S M .. .Q E l l B S M10 QW. . QQ -mwzsigw . er Y I 'e , ,4- Qf . M Qu 4 I. .Q gif' Qin ri 4, arse: ,Vx-.. .WW if Science Club The purpose ofthe Rummel Science Club, a local chapter of the Future Scientists of America organization, is to help students understand who scientists are and what they are doing currently. This is accomplished through a program of field trips, movies and assisting Rummel's science teachers. The Science Club visited a number of places including the Tulane University Delta Primate Research Center in Covington, La., the Planetarium at Dominican College and the Computer Research Center at UNO. TOP: Members of the Science Club are: lbottom rowl Gerald Lester, Mike Mulhausen, Gil Stock, Don Allen, Steve Kern, lsecond rowi Greg Aicklen, Tim Peterson, Mike Aucoin, John Meisler, Danny Mumphrey, lthird rowl Mr. AI Serpas, Greg Siragusa, Chris Schade, and Craig Hill. LEFT: Members ofthe Science Club converse with a Puerto Rican radio operator. Rummel competed this year in the new Jefferson Parish Academic Games League, which was formed last May from a part ofthe old Greater New Orleans League. The moderator of this activity was Mr. Frank Moore. Six Games were played in the league, two from each area of math lOn-Sets and Equationsl, social studies lMr. President and Ameri- Euro-Cardl, and Language Arts lLinguishtik and Propagandal. Rummel teams won a parish championship in five of these games. Rummel qualified eleven students for the National Olympics, held in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. This is the largest number of qualifiers of any school in the parish. These eleven boys U. Lacour, R. Doskey, M. Netzhammer, B. Hulin, J. Jeffers, J. Benson, G. Lester, T. Trainor, D. Fouchi, R. Schroeder, R. Gonzalezl gave Rummel its best showing ever at the Olympics. Academic Games ...X .. ' Q, 5, " ., fr' F' 7 sr 4 A 'TW U f Q .,., ' 4:14 if r :ffl OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Richcrd Doskey, Gerald Lester, and Brett Hulin practice equations while minding Mrs. Gumina's deslc OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Member of the 1975-76 Academic Games League are: lbottom rowl Roger Gonzalez, Mike York, Steve Sauer, Brett Hanson, Jim Leumas, Henry Saacks, lsecond rowl Da no Fouchi, Tony Tramonte, Gerald Lester, Steve Borne, Mel Natzhammer, Ed Fuselier, Joe Lacour, ithird rowl Rick Doskey, John Meisler, Dennis McGovern, David Pendergast, Steve Landry, Bill Soloun, Mark Burdick, ltopj Mr. Frank Moore, Ken Allen, Joe Benson, Brett Hulin, Robert Schroeder, Greg Aicklen, Tim Trainor, Andy Schroeder, Steve Fuselier, Danny Daigle, Mr. George Ryan. THIS PAGE LEFT: Mel Netzhammer, one of "Moore's Morons," is alittle slow in making o challenge. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Moore attempts to bring an equations match to order. BOTTOM RIGHT: Joe Lacour, another "Moron," reaches for the vcxiation sheet to check a point of procedure. Big Brothers With a new system, started by Brother John Fairfax and Mr. Ralph Navarro, the Big Brother Organization aimed at working more with their little brothers - the Freshmen. By holding a series of retreats over the summer the Big Brothers were able to reach all ninth graders and introduce Rummel to them. Also stressed was that each person is a part of the Rummel Community. Working throughout the year, Big Brothers pushed involvement, spirit, and participation among the underclassmen. TOP: Brother John discusses further involvement at one ofthe Big Brother meetings. MIDDLE: Big Brothers spark spirit of their little brothers. BOTTOM: The Big Brothers of 1976. S! 1 Nagikiluzsf' Student Prefects The Student Prefects work hard year round, keeping order in the halls and throughout the school. They work before, during, and after school. Moderated by Mr. Pete Fenner. Their task is not an easy one. ABOVE LEFT: Ivan Maheu, Mike Aucoin and Mr. Fenner discuss prefect positions. LEFT: Mike Aucoin holds the key to the restraints of Randy Hunt and George Smira, to the armsement of Charles Montelaro and Ivan Maheu. BOTTOM: Student Prefects: list rowl R. Ducombs, D. Solito, J. ' '-1- H- ' Judice, D. Olivio, S. Mouton, C. Hankel, 12nd rowl M. Aucion, M. Tif-ft, D. Davenport, D. Decha, l3rd rowl G. Ramons, C. Lind, J. Lapre, D. Lussier, R. Ketchum, ldth rowl P. Scoriels, C. Montelaro, J. Senia, J. Hodgins, f5th rowl Mr. Fenner, J. Roach, C. Burg, G. Alonzo, lmissingl I. Maheu. W E P fav MAG Moderated by Brother Leo Harvey and assistant Mr. A. J. Leonardi, Mu Alpha Theta is an organization which attempts to bring together students with an interest in mathematics. Through student papers, competition, and association with others of similar inclination, MAG allows students to grow in their awareness of mathematics in all aspects of life. The State Mu Alpha Theta Convention highlighted the year. 13 members attended the convention, and spent 3 days in competition with chapters from across the state, and hearing papers by both students and professionals. Rummel came home with the first place trophy in equations, and Randy Peters tied for third in the Senior Scholarship Contest. Q 75: it ' f , yes. tw 1 .,,. 1 ,, wwf, Vt, , 4 sritfzfm alibi' 1 Q '13 i 2 W. a , 'iw fx.: , , v. vw Q ,Q -4, OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Dana Fouchi answers a question in math bowl competition to aid Jay Kinberger's team to victory. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Members of Mu Alpha Theta for 1975-76 are: lfirst rowj John Meisler, Andrew Schroeder, Dana Fouchi, Gerald Lester, John Hardy, Mel Netzhammer, Joe Lacour, Tim Trainor, lsecond rowl David Moynan, Robert Moldaner, Joe Deckelmann, Greg Aicklen, Kenneth Ripberger, Mark Burdick, lthird rowt Anthony Fasone, Tony Tramonte, Eric Bland, Herbert Duvoisin, Brian Baudot, Mark Garatie, ffourth rowl Bro. Leo Harvey, Rick Doskey, Kerry Wolverton, Randy Peters, Pat Suffern, Jay Kinberger. THIS PAGE LEFT: Members of the state champion Equations team with Brother Leo are: lbottomj Greg Alcklen Rick Doskey ltopl Mel Netzhammer Joe Lacour BOTTOM LEFT Andy Porter gives a student protect on derivatives BOTTOM RIGHT Jay Klnberger contemplates the chess board in competition at the state convention in Baton Rouge as John Hardy looks on Library Club The Library Club has as its chief purpose the improvement of the school library. Members assist in the library before school, during lunch periods, and after school. Their service is extremely important to the Rummel library. This year's officers are President Bryan Peters and Secretary- Treasurer Greg Siragusa. Moderators are Mrs. Carmen Guilbeau and Mrs. Doll Barker. RIGHT: Mrs. Guilbeau shows Bryan Peters how to use a reference book. BOTTOM: lfirst rowl Chris Schenk, Jason Olivier, Steve Sauer, Bryan Peters, Mrs. Guilbeau, isecond rowl Doll Barker, Gerald Lester, Greg Siragusa, Mike Tiffit, Tim Dauterive, lbackl Ken Allen, James Roach. 4 55531: 7 8 .M 4 N... V .F gina' . ,Q T' up-...,. -If U gqu .awww- bf as wi, ,ws 2 ,self-can Chorus The Chorus performs programs for middle schools in the surrounding area. Students participate in district and state honor groups which are held throughout the state. Students also participate in the Louisiana Music Educator's vocal solo festival representing district Vl and Rummel High School. In addition, the chorus is an integral part of the Rummel fine arts festival which is presented in the spring of each year. LEFT: The Chorus is rehearsing for an upcoming concert. BOTTOM LEFT: Mr. Spinosa in his usual stance, is ready for Chorus practice. BOTTOM RIGHT: Ifirst rowl Mike Toca, Tom McSweeny, David Tauzy, John Klein, Steve Sauer, Steve Kern, Wayne McAdams, lsecond rowl Charles Marshall, Mike Murphy, Clifford Kass, Fred Landry, Craig Hill, Gary Gagliano, Joe Laurie, tthird fowl Larry Caillonet, Greig Gonzales, David Draffen, Scott Ray, Jim Leumas, Craig Macaluso, ifourth rowl James Roach, Hector Valle, Allen Wiltz, Ronny Wolf, Steve Porter Greg Leonard, lfifth rowl Bobby Drew, Ken Allen, Danny Ripley. 5 .- I . t 67 1 Fine Arts Festival The Fine Arts Festival, sponsored by the Art and Photography departments, is held every year to display the talents ofthe students. This year one hundred and thirty students participated in the festival, which was under the direction of Mr. Wagner, Mr. White, and Mr. Arthurs. Some of the students, such as Tommy Oddo, created pieces good enough to sell. The two day affair, which was viewed by a large audience, proved to be a huge success. Q 'vc' A 4 if ,af S. X ,fi I 1 sd OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Keith Osborne fiddles with the Zimmerman-St. Ramain's "Rope Composition." BOTTOM: Lionel Hibbs and followers admire examples of ceramics. THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Mr. Wagner and Mr. White take a breather after supervising the setting up ofthe festival. TOP RIGHT: Larry Leehans and Louis Hartmann carefully hang pictures from the library's curtains. LEFT: Jerome soaks up some metal sculpture. x v 1 NW 5 i - ?',f 3,9 X ,NX ,, ,.f"'A -f MW A ilfvliif' f '-.,' i " '.., ' A MZ: 1, .' .. sf W mi-xv OPPOSITE PAGE TOP RIGHT: Scott Zimmerman and friends gaze half- crazed at an example of wood sculpture. BOTTOM LEFT: "Look, it's an original Van Gogh!" BOTTOM RIGHT: Brother Anthony tells Ross Ketchum how to cultivate his aesthetic appreciation. THIS PAGE LEFT: Mr. Wagner looks over his production. BELOW: Parents as well as students enioy the festival. BOTTOM: Students check out the variety of artwork - some of it being for sale. 'il Q 4, xxgf Ni .. X me V: 4 W , S saws: A , ii L f k 2,7 5 'tj:, .f 1.-:sw Q - f t V git' L- l B . . ,., M .. ., - - ' :iw M c"" ' V 1 4 ' 1 I 5 .HM N Mi 4 he W ii 3'fi'7-it Jr ' I c r af . i Y aff-i uf, wig N 4 A gi r '4 i AFS . 1 Q Q. t we . K xi 71 Spanish Club The Spanish Club, moderated by Doc. Casariego, strives to promote a Spanish influence in the school. Throughout the year, the club holds meetings and visits some of the finer Spanish restaurants in the city. RIGHT: Doc, along with Andre Lugo, Stephen Saucier, and Jules Lacosta discuss plans for the next Spanish club meeting. MIDDLE: Mr. Gomez looks on as second year Spanish students struggle to learn a new language. BOTTOM: The Spanish Club. ix we 3 ll German Club The Rummel German Club, moderated by Herr Meagher, is one of the more active clubs in the school. Throughout the year the club tries to promote German activities. Highlights ofthe year were dinner at Herr Meagher's, tubing trips and a deep-sea fishing trips. ABOVE: The German Club. LEFT: Casey Geohegan listens to the stereo while Mike Mulhausen and Jim Leumas entertain themselves at a German dinner given by Herr Meagher. French Club Brother Ephrem Hebert was moderator ofthe French Club this year. The French Club was merged with Chapelle's French Club to participate in many activities, including two volleyball games. TOP RIGHT: Brother Ephrem discusses a French lesson with freshmen, L. Thibodeaux, T. McConnell, E. Coludrvich, J. Meyers. BOTTOM: The Rummel French Club fbottom rowl L. Lanier, R. Gonzalez, D. Tauzy, J. Olivier, J. Meyers, S. Mouton, lsecond YOWJ T. Simoneaux, J. Paci, S. Borne, T. McConnell, M. Sorensen, R. Vasquez, lthird rowl B. Hulin, S. Fusilier, D. Wheat, K. Ural, J. LeBlanc, lfourth rowl Bro. Ephrem Hebert, K. McKone, K. Allen, M. Tifft, L. Thibodeaux, J. Walther. 451 'El R.. ff Cafeteria The Rummel cafeteria is known as one of the best school cafeterias in the South. It offers a lot of menus such as salisbury steak, veal Parmigian, Barbecued sausage, Ham, cheese combination, fried chicken, noodles and ground beef casserole, corn dogs, etc. The cafeteria has passed all the Archdiocesan and State inspections with flying colors. Over 9970 of the student body partake of the delicious lunches Mrs. Ciaccio and her efficient staff offer. TOP LEFT: Mrs. Ciaccio serves Tom Benge one of her best lunches. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Bradford willingly helps her intake. BOTTOM: Tommy Laurendine gets two for the price of one. 'E 1, ?.. 1' fxlm-A Y' X 5 9- Q PA X' f 1 5' 4' QA 4. ' ,Q OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Gus Molespin eagerly watches his arm to see if the food will add to his muscles. TOP: Seniors David Garrett, Allen Buiol, Ronnie Rollier, Mike Kuhn, and Randy Robichoux rap after enioying their dinner. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Juniors gobble down their food fast in order to get to their classes. THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Freshmen looking around for seconds. TOP RIGHT: Matthew Ponseti seems to enioy his lunch. BOTTOM LEFT: The lunches ore so good, that John Moffei even tries to eat his fork. BOTTOM RIGHT: Tom Greishober serves himself to hot doughnuts. 77 ZH KH lwnjp wx: ,- n U-:s0nnnn...M xx MQW, W w,,q,g::' , Wm--r Q ,n w1p2"ww":, , ',,w,,m,-.' , .Ms fm 4 MLW, N, ' N n W 1 IM '-X,f2:5M', . 11, MM , ,, , ,Jen i fz ,-ex-,,,:.qg1N1 !l 534, 13 5132 mi Q W M ' Q W5 3 'I ' '-I: 'fz' Y! 3 Administration The main duty ofthe administration is to meet the needs of the faculty and the students. The i975-76 administration has done an outstanding iob. This work has been well accomplished by: Brother John Fairfax, FSC, Principal, Brother Bill Gruber, FSC, Vice-Principal, Mr. Joe Miller, Dean of Students, and Mr. Pete Fenner, Assistant Dean of Students. TOP RIGHT: Brother John Fairfax, FSC, M.A. BOTTOM LEFT: Brother Bill Gruber, FSC, M.A. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. Joe Miller, B.A., M.A.T., Dean of Students. itll I s Q i "i ' 1 1 f 2, 'r. ll ' -ox 2 nm, Sl ,z 'KW - ig , ,- 2' Mr. Pete Fenner, Assistant Deon of Students, discusses future Student Council activities with Chris Lind and Kenny Francingues. Faculty Brother Anthony Clement, FSC, M.A Photography, Yearbook Mr. Bill Arthurs, B.B.A. Business, Photography, Yearbook Mr. Robert Borne, B.A. Social Studies ' Mr. Michael Boudreaux, B.A. English Fr. Millard Boyer, B.A., S.T.B. Religion, Chaplain Mr. Isaac Cosoriego, Dr. of Law Spanish, Mission Director Mrs. Lisa Cid, M.A. English Brother Michael Ciminc, FSC, B.A. Religion, Journalism Brother Gale Condit, FSC, M.Ed. Sociology, Guidance Mr. Bruce Clark, B.A. English, Drama Brother Gabriel Daigle, FSC, M.A. Religion, Guidance Mr. Don Dessauer, B.S. Bookkeeping, Typing Mr. Chris Dileo, B.A. Biology Mr. Ronald Doyle, M.Ed. P.E,, Athletic Director Mr. Pete Fenner, B.S. Social Studies, Assistant Dean of Students Mr. Kenneth Flair, M.A. Math Mr. Atilano Gomez, B.S., M.A. Foreign Language Mr. Charles Guaiardo, B.A. Fine Arts, Drama Religion The Religion course of studies rests at the core of the Rummel Community, giving it life and explicitating its RAISON D'ETRE. Through a carefully constructed curriculum, ranging from scripture study to personality development, from morality to comparative religions, from worship to social problems. Every aspect of life is explored from a religious viewpoint. Mrs. Carmen Guilbeau, B.A. Librarian Brother Dale Guillot, FSC, M.Ed. Religion Brother Del Harris, FSC, B.A. Religion, English Brother Leo Harvey, FSC, M.A., M.S., MRE. Religion, Math Brother Ephrem Hebert, FSC, B.A., M.S. Foreign Language, Typing Mr. Ronald Heckel, B.S. P.E., Track Coach Mrs. Claire Hollis, M.Ed. English Brother Bryan Kenner, FSC, M.A.T. Math, Religion y e l ,. W.. Y sc e X Science The Science Department endeavors to offer the students courses in various fields of science in order, not only to allow him to fulfill his science requirements for the State of Louisiana, but also to give him a solid background in a chosen field in college. Social Studies The nature of Social Studies in American schools today is to focus on people, on the world and onthe relationships between the two. In brief, the social studies are those instructional courses, programs, and proiects that are designed to assist students to understand, analyze, react to, and act upon three things: ll J the relationships of human beings to the world in which they live, l2i The relationships of human beings to othersy i3l The relationships of human beings to themselves. OPPOSITE PAGE: Mrs. Hollis, Mrs. Simkin, Brother Harris, and Mr. Fenner were elected cheerleaders for the Faculty-Senior Basketball game. TOP: Coach Rondo relates tc Fr. Taormina some pleasant experiences he had in his class. LEFT: Mel Natzhemmer, Brother Leo, Joe Lacour, lkneelingi Greg Aicklen, Richard Doskey rejoice for having won the State Championship trophy in mein T ' A 4 ' the Equation Contest. 5 "-. sf, f. r 'V . v :Kir- KX Q , "1 . as ee 5 . v ,. lt Math The Math Department offers students the required two years of academic math and the option of a 3rd, and 4th year, together with an advanced placement program, which carries the student through a complete year of calculus, during his stay at Rummel. The courses at Rummel are not only challenging, but also tailored to student's mathematical ability. Fine Arts The Fine Arts Department was established to provide aesthetic experiences for the Rummel community. Art is provided in oil painting, ceramics, crafts, and exhibits throughout the year. Public speaking, and radio and television experiences are also provided for by the communications department. The Drama Club provides experiences in comedy, tragedy, and original productions. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Archbishop Hannan officiates as the main celebrant during a Mass to start the second semester. TOP LEFT: Mr. Dileo helps Mike Kuehne and James Kilcoyne in their lab exercise in biology. TOP RIGHT: Mrs. Simkin rides again as Brother Mike can't even get on the donkey. BOTTOM RIGHT: Coach Pontiff expresses his feelings on Health Education. Mr. Lee Lanoux, B.S. Science Mr. James Lebeau, B.S., B.S.S Social Studies Bro. Alphonse LeBlanc, M.A. Religion, English Mr. A. J. Leonardi, M.A. Math Mr. Donald Martin, M.S. Physics Mr. Robert Martin, M.A. Guidance Mr. Victor McGee, M.A. English Mr. Richard Meagher, B.S., M.S German Mr. Frank Moore, B.S., MAT Math Miss Cheryl Morgavi, B.A. English Fr. Larry Mueller, M.A., M.Ed. Guidance, Religion Mr. Dennis Murphy, B.A. Business Q 5 1 ' WX? Yr ll 'll 'WH Mr. Isaac Musselwhite, B.A. English Mr. Ralph Navarro, B.A. Leadership, Religion Mr. John Niemietz, B.A., M.A., M.Ed. Social Studies, Criminology Mr. Donald Perret, B.A. P.E., Head Football Coach Mr. Al Pontiff, B.A. Health, P.E. Mr. Henry Rando, B.S. Math Mr. James Robarts, B.B.A. Social Studies, P.E., Head Basketball Coach Mr. David Rodriguez, B.S. Math Br. Raymond Rose, FSC, M.A. Religion Mr. Frank Roso, B.A. English Mr. Easton Roth, B.A. Science, P.E. Br. Adrian Roy, FSC, B.A. Treasurer Br. Norbert Russel, FSC, M.A. Business Manager Mrs. Ana Maria Russo, B.A. Fine Arts '25 Enghsh The English Department works closely with the student body in setting up the department's curriculum. The students' evaluations have been invaluable in the selection of courses to meet their divergent needs and interests. The English Department is committed to the reaching of language skills for effective communication and the teaching of literature for enioyment and self- evaluation. Phydcal Educahon The purpose of the P.E. Department is to give the students a chance to participate in the sport of their choice. During the first quarter students are given a selection of football, tennis, and basketball. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Mr. Don helps Ken Pardo in his Bookkeeping. THIS PAGE TOP: Brother Ray Rose discusses the difference between the rich and the poor. BOTTOM: Mr. Richard Meagher washes dishes after a German party. 87 Business The ever-expanding Business Department is growing to meet the continuing demand for knowledge of the practical aspects of everyday living, covering everything from Advanced Accounting to Basic Typewriting. Business students take courses which help them to decide whether or not to pursue a career in related business areas. Guidance The purpose of the Guidance Department is to meet the various academic and personal needs of the students of Rummel High School. ln addition to personal contact, which students may have with their counselors at any time, there is a vast amount of material available for their use. Materials include such things as college catalogs and yearbooks, and various pamphlets and brochures on careers and professions. RIGHT: Brother Ephrem teaching his French students howto coniugate the verb AVOIR. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Mr. Niemietz explains the basic laws in Criminology. BELOW: Mr. Robert Roso helps Bobby Dubuc in directing him through the hall. Mr. George Ryan, B.S Social Studies Br. Joseph Scheberle, FSC, B.A. Security, Concessions, Keys Mr. Larry Schneider, B.A. English, Health Ed. and Baseball Coach Mr. Myles Seghers, B.A. Social Studies Mr. Joseph Serio, B.A. Public Relations Mr. Albert Serpos, B.S., M.Ed. Chemistry Mrs. Deborah Simkin, B.S. Biology Mr. Fred Smith, B.A. Biology Mr. Vernon Smith, B.S. Gen. Science Mr. Charles Spinosa, B.A. Fine Arts, Chorus Br. George Stout, FSC, B.A., BPE M.Ed. Retired Fr. Andrew Taormina Social Studies Mr. Mike Torres, B.S. History, P.E. Mr. Maurice Varnado, BME Bond Director Mr. Louis Wagenhauser, MAT Math Mr. Gerald Wagner, B.A. Fine Ari Mr. Bob Whitman, B.S., M.Ed. Math Mrs. Ellen Windstein, M.Ed. English Mrs. Doll Barker, B.A. Library Mrs. Frances Bradford Cafeleria Mrs. Rosemary Bradford Staff Mrs. Sara Ciaccio Cafeteria Manager Mrs. Lois M. Escude Staff Mrs. Emily Eshelman Staff Mrs. Gloria Gumina, B.M. Staff Mrs. Pai Naquin Staff Mrs. Mavis Seybold Staff Mrs. June Sfockflefh Slaff Mr. Dick Whitfield Head of Maintenance ,- i'l. T " gg 1 eil 2 6 R. 'N Q 1 ' 4 ,. ,,l , ,U J if i J K -.Q -.. ,rr t E , -tw ' urn: x05 J 31. my slv 7. W.--....,, rx C 1 K K f fx OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: The Cafeteria staff, Flossie LaBorde, Arlelia Naranio, Virgie Babe, Lula Mac Johnson, Jane Thonton, Sara Ciaccio, Frances Bradford, Catherine Reinann, Trinidad Balmeceda, Juana Rivera, Danelia Duplaiser. TOP: Maintenance staff, Dick Whitfield, Mario Vazquez, Emile Patterson, Jessie Guidry, Florintino Sanchez, Jose Martinez. TOP RIGHT: Mr. Lee Lanaux explains to Chemistry students how to balance an equation. BOTTOM: Quentin Kelly tries to explain to Mrs. Naquin why he was tardy. va is li '-Wwqfwypf-,.,.,-nf-,Twv ,g,j.,.,f2fY:..: +V.-., gp ,L , - :ff -. ' ,, f' ? cz 'iv ,ff WN! 1 I 1 . ff X X f -5 ,ff fl f W 'f XXX H Q v fx 1 x 4 ft ff: K ,fs My XX 'ixk-f-13 mr-. H 3, by ' xf' 5, XI. Y..Z-,f-f- H 52. H Hx "PDE M lx J, E ,N XX, Nljipnly J: 3J'1kqXiQ,. gf' xffff ,if 14, ff' q --- -- Q x I , x l N , R 1 5---. f Graduation Many ofthe 323 seniors were able to exhale a long-held breath after receiving their diplomas on May 23, I 976 in the Municipal Auditorium. Frank Gray, who was severely iniured on Mardi Gras Day, received a standing ovation as he was called to accept his diploma. Mr. Isaac Musselwhite delivered the commencement address. The Baccalaureate Mass was held at St. Joseph's Church on Tulane Avenue. ff W. X .A sk -P, A x .5 ' 1 Ivy. W x .xx N. .ff i af I In M . .W , of s .F'52'1 't 1 i . 5 N , . .iw OPPOSITE PAGE: UPPER LEFT: Valedictorian Scott Hansen. OPPOSITE PAGE: UPPER RIGHT: Salutatorian William Schaefer. OPPOSITE PAGE: BOTTOM: His Excellency Archbishop Philip M. Hannan con-celebrates the Mass with Fr. Boyer and Fr. Taormina. THIS PAGE: TOP: 323 graduates await their diplomas. BOTTOM LEFT: Jay Kinberger and Randy Robichaux both receive the Editor-in- Chief trophy after four years of work with the yearbook staff. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mr. Isaac Musselwhite was the commencement speaker. TOP LEFT: Casey Geohegan recipient of the American Legion Award. MIDDLE: Kenny Francingues awarded the Archbishop Rummel trophy. RIGHT: Kirk Frosh received the St. La Salle medal. BOTTOM: Gregory Aicklen was awarded the Torch Award. , f. 1 2:5 nk' aw ,f f 3 4 3, lx if A .W M Class of 76 Chris Accardo Gregory Aicklen Steven Alessi Robert Andries Michael Argote Marcel Asevedo Michael Aucoin Ronald Bacon Robert Baker Alan Balmer Brian Bannon Michael Barbot Lambert Barilleau Arthur Bayer Mark Begault Daniel Benedetto Thomas Benge Keith Benoit Thomas Bentz Michael Bergeron Mark Bertuccini Timothy Billon William Blum Wayne Boeckelman David Landry gives the power sign at a Carlos Boll Stephen Boos Bruce Bordelon Darrel Borne Paul Boudreaux George Boylan Gregory Braquef Edward Breaux Frank Breeden Michael Brennan Gregory Brien Joseph Brignac Christopher Bucher Luis Buenavenlura Allen Buiol Charles Burg Gregory Cadella Christopher Call Paul Cambre Frank Campo Salvador Cardinale Craig Carson Robert Casse Jack Chaney Gerald Christiansen Noel Coari Felix Colosino Robert Condon William Conlin Charles Corn Michael Credo Kenneth Cristina Bruce Daigrepont Alan Dale Thomas Daniel Steve D'Antoni Michael Dardis Timothy Dauterive Joseph Deckelmann Jonathan Deckert Daniel Deer Class of 76 Douglas Deichmann Kent Denapolis Davod Derenbecker Lawrence Dick Gary Dimm David Discon Mark Dominick Paul Doolan Donald Dragon George Drendel Robert Drew Richard Ducombs Stephen Ducote Ray Dugas Peter Dunn Larry Dupont Preston Dupuy Dale Durbin Herbert Duvoisin Alfred Englade Claude Escude David Everett Michael Fabacher Anthony Fasone ""r'I- , Maurice Faucheux Donald Faust Donald Fetzer Enrique Fontova Glen Forman Kenneth Francingues Mark Fridge Kirk Frosch Edward Fuselier Paul Gagliano Cris Galiour Glenn Gandolini David Garrett Rene Gautreau Paul Geohegan Anthony Giambelluca Michael Giambelluca Ulf Herb and Randy check the photo board, only to find out that they missed making the board again. Class of 76 Anthony Giarrusso Greig Gonzales Ronald Gracianette Kenneth Gravois Frank Gray Michael Guercio Paul Guerra John Guillory Michael Gumina Manuel Gutierrez Louis Handal Glen Hanner Scott Hansen John Hardey Donald Hare Eugene Henne if ,fs rf' Lionel Hibbs Chester Hingle Edward Horil Randolph Hunt Mark Hunter Russell Hunter Jay Hussey Jeffrey Johnson William Johnson Staffor Juneau Gregory Kampen Nathaniel Keating Kerry Keeffe Michael Keenan Quentin Kelly Donald Kennedy OPP. PAGE, TOP: Danny Mumphrey drives home a point to a very attentive Miguel Kenning. OPP. BOT. Tom Bentz on the lookout for Mickey Mouse, during the Senior Trip to Disney World. THIS PAGE: The Olympia Band from Raiderland struts and "second lines" it at half-time of many basketball games. Class of 76 Kevin Kenning Miguel Kenning Ross Ketchum James Kilcoyne Jay Kinberger Turner Kirkwood George Klein Vernon Kliebert Don Kuebler Michael Kuehne Karl Kuhne Bruce Laborde Mark Lagarde Anthony Lalo Milton Lambert David Landry Gordon Landry Stephen Landry Melvin spikes one over the net in a hotly contested P.E. volleyball game. W v-sv' p 4 David Lanson James Lapre Melvin Larsen Thomas Laurendine Keith Leblanc Keith W. Leblanc Michael Leblanc Tommy J. Lee V Larry Leehans Durel Legendre Joseph Legendre Edmond Lehrmann Christopher Lind Stephen Lindsly Albert Livaudais Earl Lizana Charles Locascio Wayne Lombardo Leonel Lopez Allen Lorio David Lucio Donald Lussier Charles Macaluso John Maffei Class of 76 lvan Maheu Gustavo Malespin Patrick Malone Stephen Maloney Thomas Margavio Charles Marshall Ralph Mascaro Rick Mathes Warren Mathews David Menendez Francis Menetre Bernard Mercier Edmond Meyer Gerard Mialaret Angel Miranda Robert Moldaner Edward Molyson Charles Montelaro Edward Moran David Moynan Daniel Mumphrey Donald Murphy Robert McCollum Kevin McConnell W ff ,lf F1 ,vs m W lf ll Ricky Windhorst wears out anolher eraser In Richard McLeod Craig Napoli lrvin Naquin Thomas Naquin Mark Neel William Nelson Edward Newman James Nicolini Gregory Nieto Wayne Nosacka Barry Oesiricher Larry Oestricher William Ory Keith Osborne Robert Oswald David Otillio Kenneth Pardo Of 76 Brett Parent Alvin Perrault Randall Peters Bruce Pflieger Alvin Phelps Andrew Pierce Richard Polizzi Michael Pollet Andrew Porter Timothy Powers Wilfred Price Eric Pritchett Wayne Quinters Terry Radecker Frank Radosta Matthew Raphael Jude Raspino Philip Rau Don Raymond Howat Raymond Richard Reiser Michael Restel Kenneth Ripberger Gerard Roach Keith Robert Robin Robert John Roberts Randy Robichaux Gilbert Robinson George Rohr Lawrence Roselle Ronald Rouillier Alan Roux John Ruhlman Allen Rupple Michael Ryan Michael Savoy William Schaefer Mark Scheffler Richard Schexnayder Class of 76 Roy Schlaudecker Keith Schmidt Richard Schwab Mark Seiler Anthony Serio John Sibley Charles Silbernagel Timothy Silva James Sinnott George Smira Brian Smith Ramon Solares Richard Spansel Gerard Sperling Eric Stacy Michael Stagno Kory Steen Robert Stephens David Stokes Jay Suter Theodor Swan Michael Sylve James Tarleton Gerald Taylor fn, A planeload of seniors on their way to a fun-filled trip to Nassau and Disney World. George Thiaville Allan Thibodeaux William Thomas Timothy Todd Francis Toleclano David Tracey William Tracy Robert Trocquet Gary Turnbull Kenneth Vairin Joseph Valenti James Vega Jeffer Vega James Vidacovich Dean Vliet Mark Vogt Class of 76 John Waguespack Martin Walker Thomas Wallbillich Harold Walzer John Ware Michael Warren Eric Weissborn Charles Wheat John Whipple Mark White Michael Wiedemann Gary Wild Barry Williams John Williams Robert Williams Richard Windhorst Kenneth Winn Edward Womac Robert Woodard Michael Yazbeck Robert Zacary Russell Zeller Juniors ln Action LEFT: Juniors try to find a picture of themselves in the display window. BOTTOM LEFT: Juniors anxiously wait to place their order for the Jr.-Sr. Proms favors. BOTTOM RIGHT: Junior Mark Mobile is really in action in the cafeteria. ""Iln. 'Vx any mx , :ggfiu , f' f .. Class of 77 Craig Accardo Ricky Adams Michael Aicklen Nofie Alfonso Joe Laurie expresses his feelings about the Donkey- basketball game. George Alonzo Milton Arceneaux Roberto Arostegui Brian Baudot Randy Bennen Joseph Benson Daniel Berner Raymond Berni Victor Bernier lll James Bertel Gustave Bertucci Stephen Bierman Arthur Blanco Eric Bland Harry Bode Thomas Boesch yur Chris Bonnett Barry Bordonaro Keith Borges Daniel Bosse Bill Brandt Joseph Braquet Chris Breaux James Broussard Steve Bruce Felix Burch Daryl Burckel Oscar Caballero Lawrence Caillouet Steven Campo Keely Cano Francis Caragliano Marcos Carazo Douglas Cardinale Emile Casadaban Brian Caslanza Eric Castay Anthony Catalano Steven Chatelain Patrick Chevis David Claret Brian Clement Carey Clement Robert Coffman Derek Commander Mike Corwin Thomas Cousin Brian Credo Tommy Cvitanovich Mark Dabella Edmond Daigle Jr. George Davis Kenneth Dean Chris Deas Danny Decha Gregory Deichmann Class of 77 Walter Dennis Warren Deris Carl Deroche Sunil Desai Edmund Dewailly Michael Dicarlo Henry Diliberto Donald Dilley Stewart Dimak Thomas Doerer Richard Donahue ll Richard Doskey Darrell Dragon Philip Driscoll Robert Dubuc Jules Dufresne Jr. Kenneth Dunn John Dupuy James Ellis Dennis Englade Kevin Englade John Ernst Brian Eskine Edward Esposito Kevin Fiorella Mark Fonte Dennis Ford Edward Fraiche Ollie French lll Bryan Fritscher Blaine Fury Stephen Fuselier Kenneth Gaulter James Gautreau Bruce Gerosa Perry Giambrone Richard Gillen Ill Danny Giusti Keith Glenn Steven Golden Henry Gonzales Thomas Gordon Raymond Gorman Robert Graham John Grandolfo Kevin Gratia Rodney Grayson Mario Guadamud Bret Guepet Steven Gurley Juniors enioying the sun before class. Henry Haas Jeffrey Hages Michael Harang Ronald Harper Jr. Wayne Harris John Harrison James Haiieberg Terry Hauth Chris Heber? Gregory Hedrick Milton Herbert David Herman Richard Hernandez Michael Hess David Highslreet Class of 77 John Highstreet Craig Hill George Hingle Jr. David Hnatyshyn James Hodgins Robert Hoffman Joseph Hogh III Barry Hood Edward Horridge Chris Hotard George Huhner III Brett Hulin Scott Isaac Allen Jarreau Mark Jeansonne Juniors get measured for their rings. Jay Jeffers Jeffery Jones Eric Kaiser Barry Keegan Leonard Kellerhals Stephen Kelley Kevin Kiefer Daniel King Raymond Knipper Jr. Chris Lacoste 4 Mar in ..,..-f 5? 15? x 'N' R faxes? l 4 5 44 5 2 X. il we visa - We 5 we R J SSE L Q. ..- N521 If ll I ., 4 L .QE ,"1"'.f , . gee 1. Kun . L Q , ffxcff -V-f Oliver Lacoste Jr. Joseph Lacour Bruce Lambert Craig Landry Fredric Landry Thomas Lanson John Lapre Joseph Laurie Ellis Leblanc Jr. Carl Leboeuf Michael Lee Gary Lehmann Barry Lemoine Wayne Lemonier Gerald Lester Brett Lockhart James Lockhart Harry Lorio Mark Mabile Michael Maggio Karl Magner Kevin Manale Charles Mancuso Jr Joseph Marina Scott Marks John Meisler Jr. Ronald Melton Lewis Mercier Chris Miller Eric Minshew Richard Molaison Robert Mongrue Herbie Montalba no Timothy Morgan John Morise John Murhammer Michael Murphy Terrance Murphy James Mcadam Wayne Mcadams Class of 77 John McCabe Gary McDaniel Dennis McGovern Jr. Terranc McKearan Judson McLeod Louis Navaille Emile Netzhammer Robert Newell Raymond Newman Joseph Nickolaus Jr. Gary Norman Timothy O'Brien Tommy Oddo John O'malley Robert O'Neil Jr. Robert Pavlavich Jules Pechon Thomas Pecot Timothy Pecot Spellmn Pellerin David Pendergast David Perrone Bryan Peters Allen Peterson Kenneth Pfau Michael Piazza David Pickett William Pittenger Michael Planchet Carl Poche Michael Poelma Matthew Ponseti Ernest Posner III Chris Prieur Russell Probst Michael Quinlan Gerard Ramos Gilbert Ramos Richard Randazzo Scott Ray no x 7 x Q, .5 Wx Wayne Ray Donald Rice Jr. Lionel Richard Jr. Henry Richardson Robert Riches Daniel Ripley Billy Risher David Rive Jr. Richard Robards Dewey Robed III Bruce Roberts Kevin Rodriguez Billy Rogers Jr. Jacques Roman Charles Roth Jerry Rucksfuhl Scoh Russell Michael Ryan Thomas Si. Germain Gregory Sarpy Mauro Scardigli Kuri Schellhaas Ronald Scheuermann Barry Schexnaildre Donald Schneider Juniors doing last minute studying before school Class of 77 Michael Schoen Lewis Schuler Ill Glenn Scoh William Sehrt Joel Senia William Sherer David Sibley Jr. Phillip Simoneaux Joseph Slipher Stephen Smylhe Thomas Snakenberg Michael Soignei Kenneth Solera Phillip Songy David Scuther Eric Stoulig Mark Sfromeyer Edward Suffern Jr. Michael Swan Robert Thibodaux Ray Thorne John Toca Richard Tompson Juan Torres Kevin Toups Juniors give a helping hand during clean-up day. X 443 mr' pa.. 41- Third-year German students work studiously in Language Lab. Timothy Trainor Anthony Tramonte Thomas Trapp David Trocquet Kevin Tusa Lawrence Valdin Timothy Valenti Hector Valle David Voz Andrew Vigier Mile Vila Gary Viola Paul Vitrano lll John Vollenweider Michael Volpi George Waguespack Glen Walden Patrick Walker James Walther Gregory Weber Darryl Wenzel Allen Wiltz Jr. Keith Windhorst Richard Wolf Douglas Womac Jerome Wool Jr. Elliott York George Young Glenn Young Greg Farnet John Kent Stephen Kern Class of 78 Jim Pittman explains to Craig Krieger, Charlie Fontenelle, Jose Pagan, and Steve Benoit how he made the crucial shot to win the game. Perry Achee Vincent Adolph Jesse Albrest Anthony Albright Donovan Allen Joseph Allen John Andressen William Bagley James Baker Kevin Bannon Pat Barney Barry Barocco Roy Barrios Stephen Benoit Timothy Benoit Mark Bernard Ernest Bertaut James Berthelot Clement Betpouey Pat Blackwell T? yn 5 z A Stephen Bland Jay Blessing William Bloemer Donald Blum Wade Blundell David Boeckelman Kenneth Boeckelman Philip Bondi James Bonnot Stephen Bordelon Craig Borges Daniel Bosch Kyle Boudreau Thomas Bourg Daniel Bourgeois Mike Brasset George Breedy Brian Brewster Huey Brown Kenneth Brown George Bucher David Buiol Fred Bultman Johnny Bunel Wayne Burckel Mark Burdick Robert Burger Albert Burns David Burridge James Callaghan John Caluda Manuel Carames Patrick Caraway Charles Cardella Dean Carpenter Anthony Cartozzo Charles Cefalu Kevin Centanni George Cerniglia Bryan Chaix Class Of 78 Kent Chapman Bruce Charbonnet Michael Charlet John Chatelain Jules Chatelain Kenneth Chevis Gerald Clesi Charles Conti Lance Cordes Dean Cordora David Cortello Joseph Cosentino Stephen Crane Gary Crawford Kevin Crochet Danny Daigle David Daigle Frank Daigle Robert Dale Timothy Dale .lohn D'Angelo Kevin Dares David Deichmann Ralph Delatorre Timothy Demarest Louis Dominguez Thomas Doussan Mark Doyle David Draffen Chris Dubuc Charles Dugas James Dumestre William Dupre David Dupuy David Duthu Dennis Eder Randolph Elstrott Kenneth Englert Raymond Eschette Anthony Faucheaux Mark Fichter Theodre Fish Barry Flippen William Floyd Stephen Foley Charles Fontenelle Henri Ford Dana Fouchi Craig Frosch Mark Fuselier Mark Gagliano Mark Garatio Barry Gautreau Mike Gegenheimer Tony Germade LEFT: Kevin Marcel and Billy Swan decide to get a different point of view for their sketches. RIGHT: Mrs. Windstein tutors Tom Quinn in English during their lunch break. Chris Gillen Dennis Gonzalez Craig Goodwin Kevin Gorman Edward Gravois Gary Gray Craig Guercio Paul Gutierrez Robert Hamilton Barry Hass Class Of 78 John Hannah Carroll Hanner Robert Harper Jason Hartdegen Lawrence Hartmann Louis Hartmann Robert Harvey James Haupt Gary Hayes Durock Hebert Michael Hebert Roger Heitzmann William Hickey Donald Hingle Karl Hite Walter Hogan James Hollis James Horne Steven Horridge John Hudson Arthur Hyatt Dan Joachim William Johnson Charles Jonau Michael Jones RIGHT Mike Reynolds, Perry Achee, Aldo Waters, and friends catch some rays during their lunch break. 'QS' ,.....- 'tm ,p-. ,.,,-. J X . 1 i 'Ns QF John Joseph Kenneth Kaisor Stephen Kampen William Kampen Clifford Kass Douglas Keaton Thomas Keenan Craig Kelly Kirk Kennedy Sean King Fred Kinsley Mark Kliebert Fred Klotz William Klotz Mark Koeniger Charles Kovacs Craig Krieger Kim Laborde Paul Lanclos Mitchell Landry Chris Lanson Andrew Leblanc Charles Leblanc Darren Leblanc Jerry Leblanc Matthew Leblanc Robert Leblanc Aaron Ledet Barry Leehans Don Leflwich Gregory Leonard Roy Levine Roger Lewis Gene Lipps Greg Lonero David Lorio Robert Lorio James Lousteau Philip Lucy Kenneth Maddie Class Of 78 RIGHT Val Slicko tells Craig Krieger and Gary Hayes what it is all about. Brian Mader Mark Maheu Warren Makofsky Paul Mandella Shawn Manguno Richard Marrs Kevin Martin Keith Mattingly Thomas Mayeux Matthew Meunier Richard Milazzo Ezerard Miller Ernest Molinet Henry Montegut Alan Moore Pete Morreale Anthony Morriz Michael Mulhausen Daniel Muller Michael Muntz Edward Mu rhammer David Musso Kevan Myers Michael Mccoy Keith McMurray Mike McNamara Pal McSweeney Ronald Nagel Howard Naquin Rene Navarre Dean Neilson Daniel Nicolini David Nuss Frank Oliveri Randall Ouslalet Joseph Paci Jose Pagan Joseph Pecoraro Kirk Pareii Dan Pauli Timothy Pela Neuman Pepitone Tim Peterson Rory Picou James Pittman John Poelma Paul Poirson Joseph Polizzi Stephen Porter Richard Powers Mike Quaid Jay Quairoy Dale Quigley James Quirk Peter Quitzau David Rafidi Mike Ramirez Al Randazzo Robert Randazzo Greg Raymond Kevin Reilly Slephen Resor Mike Reynolds William Rice Mickey Richard Class Of 78 Roy Riche Shawn Rigdon Jamws Roach Darryl Robelot Lawrince Rodrigue Carl Roques Charles Roques Randall Rose Charles Roser Ronnie Roussel Ricky Rousset Danny Ruiz James Rumney Shawn Ryan Mike St. Germain Rodney St. Pierre David St. Romain William Salaun James Sansovich Frank Saraya Gerald Savage Chris Schade George Scheppegrell Mark Schexnayder Adolph Schilling Mark Schilling Andrew Schroeder Robert Schroeder Scott Sclafani Paul Scoriels Rodney Sensebe John Sigl Edward Simek Gregory Siragusa Vladimr Slicho Clement Smith George Soule Michael Spaulding Kenneth Spiess Alan Staub X I a t 'si fix Ar, i fs' gawk-iv B f , 7 X I . if -ha.-6' i U , rs.. li '57, ,L . .As ' ,ss i i6 v'l 3 ex ii Ewa s 0033 . qs Q A 5 isii nesir I xie- l ., ff x., Robert Stauss Harlod Stelz Patrick Suffern David Sullivan William Swan Charles Tapia Scott Thiaville LEFT: Billy Rice and Scott Thiaville basking in the sun while sketching the school building. Paul Thimmesch Alphonse Thompson Brian Thompson David Toca Chris Toepfer Peter Tortorich The Sophomores of room 24 show deep concentration in their NEDT test. Eugene Usner Oscar Valeton Wallace Vazquez Class Cf 78 Herr Meagher's German class enioys an interesting German film. Mark Vidrine Ray Villio Gene Viola Kevin Voiselle Pat Warren Aldo Waters Mike Wessel Richard Wester Tom Wild Ronald Wolf Kerry Wolverton Steve Young Scott Zimmerman Tommy Blanke Joseph D'Aquin Ronnie Wolf, Johnny Bunel, Don Hingle, and their classmates review for their Geometry quiz. 134 C t 5, nj 4, xt '- i iri f g 4 , . fi Q ,M P .1 vf 1 ,, ., - . .JF iw, 1 K ,-:- x 4. fi ,f4- Class Of 79 Freshmen show their spirit by afiending poster nigh! Thomas Adams Edward Ahern Thomas Alba Kenneth Allen Mark Artigues Paul Avocaio Daniel Babin Andrew Baggeh William Baker Gregg Barre Paul Barre Bryan Battaglia David Baudry John Baugnon Eric Baul Jeff Becklehimer David Benson Patrick Benson Richard Berlier John Bertaut Edward Betzer Keith Beucler William Bischoff Randy Blaise Charles Blanchard Class Of 79 James Blanco Gary Blocker Bryan Bode Jean Bodet Glenn Bolner Charles Bond Randy Boner Kenneth Bonnett Dominic Bonura Philip Bonura Mark Bordelon Stephen Borne Bruce Borner Mark Boudreaux Hampton Bourgeois Faces of Freshmen Richard Horil Kenny Martin Joe Stiebing Clinton Bravo Barry Breaux Gregory Breedy Larry Bright Brian Brinkmann Gregory Bruno Kevin Byxbe Gerard Call Manuel Campo Michael Campo Charles Cannizzaro Scott Carter Michael Catalano Albert Chaplain Kory Chatelain ,M-,337 :Q 2' -sv, l. f-ff 42 il :SS VV' h 0' 6844. ,Ni H , K. ., X l an-an ,-.. ...ff-f' 4:9 ,.. I an -1-.vu IQ X 'S xr . . A ,SQ I . :SABC - In my ," Robert Chong Joseph Christiana Robert Cleary George Clesi Earl Coludrovich Michael Compag no Timothy Connell Mark Conzoneri Robert Coon Edward Corcoran Michael Corn Patrick Corvers Richard Couget Raymond Coyle Chris Cressionnie More faces of Freshmen Ronnie Doyle Bret Dupuy John Theriot Douglas Cristina Keith Crochet Brian Cuny Bernard Cusimano Christopher Daigle Gary Dale Michael Dale Leonard D'angelo Thomas Daquin David Davenport Mark Davis Duane Delaune Kenneth Delery Arthur Derbins Mark Diblin Class Of 79 Howard Dilley Joseph Dimaggio Michael Discon Michael Doherty Eugene Doiron Warren Doussan Ronald Doyle Raymond Drouilhet Michael Dufresne Greg Duhe Dennis Duhon Brett Dupuy James Dupuy Mark Durr Peter Eichhorn David Engelhardt Bryan Englade Andre Escude Manuel Estrada Richard Everett Chris Farnet Gerard Farris Carlo Fassbender Steve Faucheux Jeffrey Favret Gregory Fay Carl Finley Thomas Fish Anthony Fisher Gary Fisher Roland Flick Mark Franks Gerrard Friel Mark Funel Charles Gagliano William Gallinghouse Garret Gannuch Paul Garrett David Gaspard Shelly Gee sex Graf' .s-qv 1 ,v xx ,- l 'X at .. Q , is J- i"- ,, 34'- Q ., K an 1 'E+ :Ev .. ,.,, . C 'E , S 2 W Q ii' ,im 15 . xv ,K Michael Gennaro Carl Geohegan Joseph Giambelluca Drew Gillen Philipp Gillespie David Gilmore Greg Glaudi Michael Goebel Roger Gonzalez Keith Goodfellow James Gordon Keith Gourgues Terry Granier Thomas Grieshaber John Groetsch Dennis Groome Thomas Grote Dale Guhman Glenn Guilbeau Daryl Guillory Randy Guillot Jose Handal Charles Hankel Paul Hannah Brett Hansen David Monfre abandons the posters for a pose with his girls? Class Of 79 Daniel Harris Joey Hauth Anthony Hebert William Helmer Keith Hernandez David Hickham Aaron Hooter Robert Howard Charles Hunter Ronald Hyman Steven lnzinna Dreux Isaac Kirk Jacob David Jeansonne David Jennings Randall Jernigan Glenn Johnson David Jones Jonathan Jones Joseph Judice Keith Juneau Harold Keller Richard Kelt Lendell Kiefer James King Freshmen usually find that they become closer friends after experiencing initiation. 59 'X Q X. x G . J 5 t A! 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L .. ,i f ' ,W . flag' a 'll , 15 i -i ' ' 5? :ir ' l , Joey King John Klein Kirk Kornrumpf Thomas Kraus Mark Kronenberger Jules Lacoste Todd Lacoste Paul Lagarde Anthony Lamandre Ronnie Lane Paul Longevin Wade Langlois Lance Lanier Mark Lanson Michael Lasome Joseph Leblanc James Lee James Leumos Tommy Lockhart Theodor Lococo Stephen Lofoso James Long Stephen Lorio Claude Lowe Daniel Lucio Andre Lugo Craig Macaluso Brian Mackel Brent Mader Timothy Malone William Maloney Lawrence Mancu so Kevin Manfre Michael Marcello Mark Margavio Jack Marshall Kenneth Martin Mark Martinez Alan Mashburn David Mastio Class Of 79 Tirnothy Matthews Martin Mayer James Mayeux Mitchel Mayronne Michael Melito Augustin Membreno Greg Meyer John Meyers Patrick Meyers David Mialaret Glen Miller Paul Miller Eduardo Miranda Brian Moldaner Dreux Montegut Thomas Montgomery G regory Morettini Charles Muller Scott Muller Anthony Musso Peter McCarty Patrick McColloster Timothy McConnell Kevin McKone Thomas McSweeney Michael Navaille Thomas Neely Gary Nicosia Darryl Oddo Peter Oddo Kenneth O'Donnell Jason Olivier Michael Olivia James Paci James Parrie Ricky Patterson David Pellerin Jeffery Penzato Ronald Perelli Jay Perniciaro I, n, li. .TS X1 X .. .L S fn, 'rf E V L. ,.. ,J if A. ft , s , .: W Y Q er f -.f ' aa... J l 150 ,X . W GV!! ,, N 'N , . 4' X ' .1 13 -ur" 4' Fislffg - 'f ' Q . sc x if. ,- l U 5 I Ya x -f lxnvw xg, 4 w -1-iii-1 a Q51 ,ov if .K st, Freshmen are known for their generosity to upperclassmen as expressed here by Kevin Bixby. Wayne Peters Williams Pfefferle David Pfeifer Robert Phelps William Pietri Stephen Planchet Craig Pond Johnny Posner Norman Prats Rory Purpura Mark Radecker Donald Renz Merrick Richard Joseph Ricks Shane Rigdon Craig Robert Patrick Robert Andre Roques Monie Roser Chris Roussel Thomas Russo Henry Saacks Clyde St. Amant Elgin Salomon Gary Sanchez Stephen Saucier Stephen Sauer Vincent Scolco Chris Schenk Joseph Schick Class Of 79 Michael Schillace Raymond Schmiff Victor Schmifl Gerard Schoendorf James Schutty Kemsene I 1 'i T' Michael Serunline A . A F Q 1 Mark Sharai 1,5 Michael Sibley la I ff 1 gs wr 9 'c fr wx Kevin Selle gg gg . .N A' Freshmen enioy soaking in the sun after a filling lunch. Steve Silcio Charles Simoneaux Todd Simoneaux Steven Sinnolf Leonard Sinfes Carey Snell Dominic Solilo Michael Sorensen Glenn Sosa Dale Spako WFT" evils ...J 31-Psi wwf 'iii irlffgii 'E Q li k e ' Si X if K Gregory Stacy Michael Staines Joseph Stiebing Stephen Stieffel Mike Stiegler Gilbert Stock John Stoulig Ronald Strassel Michael Sublette Stuart Suffern Freshmen receive advice from Tommy Vadell. Michael Susano Steven Suter Robert Swiger Quentin Tauzin David Tauzy Marc Terranova John Theriot Kirk Theriot Louis Thibodeaux Michael Tifft Class Of 79 George Smira puts his Semorily to work as he inmates George Lofaso. Thomas Tobin Paul Toca Troy Tomasella Frank Toups Jeff Tracey Craig Trahan Noah Tregre Gary Troyer Keith Ural Thomas Vadell William Vanderbrook Robert Vaughan Michael Vazquez Jon Verrel Sianley Vicknair .3 I ,fraggtw , ,,.. f bi x """'5 W eN"5swf laivil '?:'fiSli David Vigier John Villani A long-haired, four legged creature arouses the interests of three freshmen. William Vogel Scott Vogt Jeffrey Walther Donald Ward Brian Werner Harold Westholz Chris Wheat Charles Wiebelt Larry Wiedemann Mark Willis Eric Windstein Steven Winn Robert Wooderson Sal Zara Keith Zibilich Wayne Zimmerman Um Chauvin Gary Gagliano Garner Gremillion Richard Horil Stephen Landry W: 'F WW . ' ZWX WW -' 'IQ ww xi? g . 5 WT SWCQDLWS T4 Footbal Q' 'Wg PI M' fdzfgfig iid iff I. .tsl i js '36 'lt F ,. ,. S , 5' 'M ' 'W A 'I 1.6 qx Y f 'I Q ? '34, , 31 at ff For the fourth straight year, Coach Perret and his staff brought the Raiders to the State playoffs. Picked to finish fourth in the district, the Raiders won seven straight games after losing their first two to Shaw and state champion St. Aug. Six of these seven wins were shut-outs. The '75 season was a good one for the Raiders which saw team unity and a winning spirit that carried the Raiders to a quarterfinals berth in the playoffs. EAST JEFFERSON - On September 5, doomsday fell upon the Warriors for the fifth year in o row. The Raiders shut out E.J. 7-0. The offense ran up 264 total yards to E.J.'s 64. ABRAMSON - The Raiders showed their potential as the offense racked up 33 points. The Commodores could only manage 6 points against the stingy Raider defense. 'C-5 3 owl at OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: The Rummel Raiders burst through the goal posts to open the 1975 season against the East Jefferson Warriors. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Greg Brien 1101 cuts upfield for a big gain against E.J. behind the blocking of Keith Robert 1721. LEFT: Quentin Kelly 1621 and Mike Wiedemann 1821 make the tackle while Craig Carson 1691 and Daryl Burckel 1561 move in to assist. MIDDLE: Bill Rogers 1281 and an unidentified Raider put the stop to St. Aug's running attack. BOTTOM: Eddie Horridge 1141 lets one fly for a touchdown against Martin. 93,2 . KENNEDY - On September 20, the Raiders made the Kennedy Cougars their fourth straight victim of the '75 season. The defense scored 8 points in this game while the Cougars could only score 6 points on the Raiders. At the horn the score read Rummel 21, Kennedy 6. SHAW - Opening district game. The Eagles used the whole first quarter, with the help of two interference penalties to score on the Raiders. The defense played extremely well the rest of the game. Although the offense threatened to score, they couldn't put points onthe board. Shaw won 7'6. ST. AUG. - Another setback. The defense played well with the exception of a few big plays, while the offense was stymied. Total offense was less than IOO yards. The State champions beat Rummel 19-6, their last six points coming on a desperation pass interception. A EN lt. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Part of Rummel's defensive unit, comprised of Danny Deer i7Ol, Craig Carson i69l, Quentin Kelly i62j, and Daryl Burckel l56l, pounce on aMortin fumble. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: The Raider Defense ioined hands in the huddle to form a chain which kept seven opponents scoreless. ABOVE LEFT: Mike Jones l29l takes the handoff from quarterback Robert Fiedler il 31 and breaks up field for a first down. ABOVE RIGHT: Tom Benge makes a reception and falls over the goal line for a touchdown. LEFT: Jeff Jones MAJ picks up more yardage on this scamper around left end. BROTHER MARTIN - Without a doubt, this was the best game, offensively, of the '75 campaign. The offense worked to perfection. The defense was tenacious and the Raiders had their first district win, 28-14. CHALMETTE - A good game lost in homecoming activities. Two good teams slugged it out for 48 minutes but Rummel's "Super Ants" mode all the difference when they blocked a punt, giving the offense the break they needed to edge the Owls 7-0. HOLY CROSS - The Tigers became the Raider's third straight victim on Halloween Night l975. The "Super Ant" defense made it two shut-outs in a row and the "Thundering Herd" offense tallied three times in the third quarter to make the score 20-O. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Dan Bosse 1361 breaks upfield behind the blocking of Kerry Keefe 1611, Jamie Hodgins 1761, and Keith Robert 1721. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Greg Raymond 1591 leads the way as Robert Fiedler 11 11 prepares to turn on the speed. LEFT: Mike Warren 1231, who led the team in tackles on the kickoffs, is shown here pulling down a Holy Cross Tiger. BOTTOM: Dan Bosse 1361, Roy Schlaudecker 1741, Gerry Taylor 1841, and Mike Wiedemann 1821 stop the Tigers as Daryl Burckel 1561 moves in to assist. DE LA SALLE - This game was the annual rivalry between the Christian Brothers. The "Super Ants" came through with two goal- line stands while the "Herd" racked up 331 total yards against the Cavs to win this crucial game for the Brothers of Rummel. JESUIT - RummeI's defense made it five years and 20 quarters in a row since the last time the Jays have scored a point on the Raiders. The game was played in knee deep slop that slowed the offense down but did not stop them as they went on to score 17 points to Jesuit's 0 points. 31, ,gf fm T r. 2 2 .gilt 65" .53 9553" 1.121 -W 321' OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Jay Hussey I32I and Roy Schlaudecker T741 take a well deserved rest while the offense is on the field. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: John Ernst I89l, who performed the punting chores for the Raiders, gets off his usual good punt. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM RIGHT: Craig Carson I69I gets in position to tackle Martin's quarterback as he attempts to break upfield. LEFT: Coach Don Perret gives quarterback Fiedler some advice during the De La Salle game. BOTTOM: Center Miguel Kenning T521 makes the snap to Fiedler as Kerry Keefe Q61 I and Jeff Jones MAI explode into Jesuit's defense. Qjlggyff gl 1, W Ill . we . State Playoffs EAST JEFFERSON - The Raiders invaded the La. Superdome and beat E.J. twice in one season. The Raiders scored about every way they could, using o touchdown, afield goal, and a safety to shut the Warriors out 'l l-0. BONNABEL - A bad game offensively for the Raiders but the defense made the difference as they shut-out their sixth straight opponent to make the score 7-O. COVINGTON - Rummel exploded in the second quarter, but couldn't manage anything else. The score was tied 14-14, but the Lions had the edge on first downs I5-7, which enabled them to advance in the playoffs. - .-'. W 1 1. Que 158 ,, ,.,, 1 l , . vig? w X.. '1 ,ff',. riff: , H H-1.1, ss s-Jlxss. H OPPOSITE PAGE TOP LEFT: The La. Superdome, the site of the Raider's first two playoff games. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP RIGHT: Don Rice l37l lumps for ioy into the arms of Quentin Kelly as Mike Warren l23l and Larry Oestricher l83l congratulate him after scoring a safety against E.J. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Mike Warren and Jerry Taylor l84l team up to cut aff the Bruin's running back. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM RIGHT: An unidentified Raider makes a flying tackle onthe kickoff while Dan Bosse l36l and Frank Caragliano l25l move in. TOP: Every picture tells a story. LEFT: Tom Benge lB7l, Jeff Johnson ll Sl, Daryl Burckel l56l, Ken Pfau l85l form a wedge for Dan Bosse l36l to follow. BOTTOM: The unsung heroes, the offensive line, shown here against E.J. ww' Freshman Football The "Baby Raiders," hampered by ineligible players managed to attain a respectable l-3-l record. The Freshman team's purpose is not in the won-lost column but in preparation for the varsity. Coaches Martin and Torres were both pleased with their performance and their 10070 improvement since they started football. Freshman football was competitive and also achieved its purpose in getting the players ready for the varsity. 'Q OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Kevin Manfrey recovers an apparent fumble. Ron Doyle 1471, Kieth Zibilich 1721, Tom Alba and Jules Lacoste 1821 assisted as the official signals otherwise! OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Jay Dimaggio1241 booms one deep into enemy territory. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM RIGHT: Eddie Corcoran prepares to hand off to Jay Dimaggio 1201. Mark Radecker 1321 leads interference for the Raiders. LEFT: Larry Wiedemann, Ron Doyle 1471 and Rusty Menbreno 1261 put the stop to a Bonnable Bruin. BELOW: Manager Mark Franks gives the offense a much needed break. Cross-Country The Raider Cross Country team started the season with experience and high hopes. There were six returning seniors. Jay Kinberger, Ben Mercier, Eddie Lehrmann, Ed Womac, Alan Roux, and Tom Daniels. The team went into the beginning of the season with several wins in dual meets against Brother Martin, Holy Cross, and the other district schools. But by the time the District Meet came around the Raiders could only rally enough points to take second place and two weeks later tenth in state. if-,I OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Coach Doyleturns in the Raiders' times. MIDDLE: Ben Mercier prepares to take Holy Cross. BOTTOM LEFT: Mike Piazza and Tom Daniels try to make a break for the front. CENTER: Jay Kinberger strides to the front. BOTTOM RIGHT: Eddie Lehrmann takes the lead from Brother Martin. THIS PAGE LEFT: Mike Piazza, Doug Womac, and Mark Lamandre move out on the Lakefront Course. BOTTOM: 1976 Goss Country Team: lstandingj Coach Doyle, Alan Roux, Eddie Lehrmann, Asst. Captain, Mike Piazza, .lay Kinberger, Captain, Edcie Womac, Ben Mercier, Asst. Captain, Scott Marks, lkneelingl Mark Schexnayder, Richard Molaison, Manager, Mark Lamandre, Tom Daniels, Doug Womac, Philip Driscoll, Glen Scott, George Hingle. Varsity Basketball Rummel Basketball for '75-'76 was very exciting even though the long awaited district crown escaped the Raiders' grasp once again. The season started out well for the Raiders as they gained victories over B. T. Washington 49-39, and Bonnabel, 50-42. The next contest was against parish rival East Jefferson and it seemed evident that Coach Robarts' crew was sitting on their early Season laurels as they were embarrassed, 93-79. Victories came easy in the following two contests as Rummel easily handled Warren Easton and St. Paul's to push their slate to 4-l. Inconsistency plagued the Raiders once again as they traveled to Baton Rouge and were thoroughly thrashed, 71 -54. lAfter revenging their earlier loss to E.J., the Raiders 'entered the Lake Charles Tournament where they lwon the first contest over Kaplan, 66-51. The iff" is it If I I l following day Rummel lost to the eventual champions W. O. Boston, 75-60, which eliminated them from further competition. The Raiders came home and iinmediately began one of their few winning streaks. After defeating Bonnabel soundly for the second time, the Raiders began competition in the C.Y.O. Tournament. With an opening round victory over Cohen the Raiders went on to defeat Chalmette and St. Augustine to earn a spot in the finals against Holy Cross. Following a hard fought battle the Raiders left the floor with the second place trophy, losing 66-58. It was evident the Raiders werle looking ahead to district competition as they dropped their last pre- district contest to Redemptorist of Baton Rouge to finish IO-5. , OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Paul Vitrana evades his defender for a shot. OPPOSITE PAGE FAR LEFT: Tim Powers plows through Bonnabel for two. l OPPOSITE PAGE FAR RIGHT: Al Thibodeaux sets up for a shot as Dean Carpenter approaches. LEFT: Seniors Billy Schaefer and Scott Hansen close in on Brother Martin. BELOW: Members ofthe varsity basketball team are lfront rowi Fred Kinsley, Mark Scheffler, Paul Vitrano, Barry Barocco, Al Thibodeaux, Bill Schaefer, lstandingl Charlie Burg, David Buiol, Tim Powers, Mide Gumina, Milton Herbert, Scott Hansen, Dean Carpenter, Wade Blundell, Don Schneider, Jim Pittman, T. J. Lee, and Wayne McAdams. 2 I 1 5 RIGHT: Co-Captains Billy Schaefer and Tim Powers receive second place trophy in the C.Y.O. tournament. BELOW: AI Thibodeaux drives on Jesuit defender for a possible two. OPPOSITE PAGE RIGHT: Mark Scheffler guns it from the foul line. OPPOSITE PAGE FAR RIGHT: Charlie Burg ends up taking statistics in the Brother Martin game. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Milton Herbert slips it into the basket. F, f I SCHEDULE ,s .srei is .,... I 'Y -- r . - .,., . I '1-.' f ils. 7? Easlwflgffegpns 4 I warren Edsffgri' .... 46" E r ss.. ., . 2 1 . v ,sv ff fsfiiffaitgse eerson hr'2f ' 1 i .. .K,.. 1. .L in .- P56 Cbhen . iiii ...P i -A: I 'i'iiii I .... ' -..f eager K:'.11: Qi' -ss,- Q iles:- '1ri. '-ii, i,. B - 54 f 48 ESIHAUQU gig ,... .66 ,. Q. " QW . . .RQ QT. . . ii.r - - - as -s'r I B fherrfiflsxntrns .--.- ....,. Q ' rrsr e,..s s lesp 53 . ii iesuit . ii.B. 'Wine ff -48 sua .... .41 I Cha,In1gA,e . . . 4 . .49 5 X 1.: , Qrothersiggrtun . 4 . . .37 Au.gustine.i.: . .52 I DE Ld fSalle . .60 3 .-is 7 I66 -nf 1 T The slates were cleaned as the race for the district crown began on December 26 with De La Salle. The Raiders gave Coach Robarts a great Christmas Gift as they went on to defeat De La Salle, 60-49. Apparently the Raiders concentrated a bit too much on the Cavaliers for it took a last second shot by Billy Schaefer to defeat Jesuit 33-31, and put the Raiders at 2-0 in district. Holy Cross was next for the Raiders but the inconsistency struck once again as Rummel collected their first district loss, 72-54. St. Augustine furthered the Raiders' miseries by defeating them, 54-48. The last three games were must games for Rummel, however, the Raiders came through on only two, defeating Shaw, 66-56, and Chalmette, 76-63. The Raiders lost a heartbreaker to Brother Martin, 57-55, on a last second shot. With a 4-3 record the Raiders had to look to the future. The future was the second round and it started off like the first with a victory over De La Salle, 53-52. This was followed by crushing losses to Jesuit, 40-39 and Holy Cross, 61-54, which put the Raiders' chances in ieopardy. ln ci must win situation, the Raiders went on to defeat St. Augustine, 51-48, Shaw, 61-41, Chalmette, 59-49, and then finished the regular season revenging their first round loss to Brother Martin, 49-37. RIGHT: Scott Hansen gets possession as Mike Gumina comes from the back to help. BOTTOM LEFT: Coach Robarts discusses the team strategy during a quick time out. BOTTOM RIGHT: Bill Schaefer makes a cut for the goal. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Bill Schaefer and Wade Blundell squeeze out Holy Cross for a rebound. OPPOSITE PAGE RIGHT: Tim Powers makes a quick break around the corner. OPPOSITE PAGE FAR RIGHT: Wade Blundell iumps for an easy two. R ,1,,.,.., ' I AVL., M, c.,3. ,ffff ,ff The win streak which gave the Raiders a 5-2 second round record also gave them the chance to become district runners-up. Coach Robarts and company seemed more than ready to take on the challenge which included defeating St. Augustine and De La Salle on successive nights. St. Augustine was number one on Rummel's list as they put them away easily, 64-52. The long awaited state playoffs were one victory away for the Raiders but it was not to be as Rummel was beaten by the Cavaliers, 60-45. The Raider Roundballers finished the season with a 20-l l slate. Individual honors were brought home by Billy Schaefer, who was chosen to First Team All- District and Al Thibodeaux, who was chosen to First Team All-Defensive Team. i e L . Q 170 TOP LEFT: Barry Barocco shows his form against Booker T. Washington. BOTTOM LEFT: Rummel J.V. ltopj Ricky Couget, Jim Pittman, Dean Carpenter, Wade Blundell, Ray Schmidt, Wayne McAdams, Stuart Sufferin, lmiddlel Keith Gourges, Bob Harvey, Greg Morettini, Clinton Bravo, Tony Fischer, Joe Schick, lbottoml Steven Stieffel, Fred Kinsley, Tony Germade, Scott Muller, Barry Barocco, Garrett Gannuch, Joey Stiebing, Stanley Vicknair. THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Jim Pittman goes over Holy Cross defenseman for a score. TOP RIGHT: Barry Barocco drives for two points against Booker T. Washington. BOTTOM LEFT: Tony Germade puts up a shot against Booker T. Washington. Freshman Basketball TOP LEFT: Garrett Gonnuch grabs a pass from a teammate to go in for an easy score. TOP RIGHT: Clinton Bravo drives past the Jesuit defender for the score. BOTTOM RIGHT: Greg Morettini shows the Blue Jays how it is done. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Tony Fischer gets up high to control the tap. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Rummel Freshman team, lbottom rowl Steven Stieffel, Clinton Bravo, Scott Muller, Garrett Gannuch, Joey Stiebing, Stanley Vicknair, ltop rowl Ricky Couget, Keith Gourgues, Greg Morettini, Ray Schmidt, Joe Schick, Anthony Fischer, Stuart Sufferin. , V,, , K P I WE 36 'v1ff.w45 12 "fir 9ffi1?91S- V Jefferson Sf Brother Martin THEY 42 29 Saw Baseball The 1976 Raider Baseball team closed the season with an l I-4 record. Finishing third in the first round, the diamondmen compiled a 5-2 record. In the second round they ended up second with a 6-2 mark. During the season the Raiders had a 9 game winning streak. The statistics at the end of the year had the Raiders first in the district in hitting and pitching. Ken Francingues, Gus Malespin, Dave Stokes, and Mike Warren were named All-District with Francingues, Malespin, and Stokes being selected for All-Metro honors also. ?w,1ii'2' " s QQ Kar N , s. es f Q it I xx K. Ii V sys., . gs. A 1 N- OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Co-Captain Gus Malespin smashes a single to left field. BOTTOM: lFront rowjz Manager T. J. Lee, O. J. Valeton, Tip Murphy, Blaine Fury, Mike Warren, Mike Kuehne, David Landry, Manager Kirk Frosh, lmiddle rowl Daryl Burckel, Chris Accardo, Mike Ryan, Ken Francingues, Gus Malespin, Don Murphy, Jay Valenti, Statistician Tony Lala, ltop rowl Coach Larry Schneider, Dan Bosse, Dave Stokes, Bill Kampen, Don Schneider, Bob Fiedler, Don Rice, Steve Golden, Coach Bob Whitman. THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Dave Stokes pounds out a homer against Jesuit. TOP RIGHT: Ca-Captain Ken Francingues slides by Jesuit's catdner into home as Don Rice looks on. ABOVE: Dave Stokes is congratulated by Jay Valenti after hitting one of his two homeruns against the Blue Jays. LEFT: Catcher Tip Murphy nabs a Blue Jay flying home. 175 J . 2' 3 Show De La Jesuit 0 I g Q i1l 1 ... ,s ' ' ,m ., " A'g,, ,:.,f, ,. ., A 'ff 1 . 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Baseball -'b-' 121 QQ:-V 7 ' l le l f l 2 e e 2 -I .S 1 H " 'A ffggalmette A W3 Shaw ' 7 6 De La Salle 1 Holy Cross 0 - , Rf 'Q,. R, M 3 Jesuit O 5 Chalmelte 5 3 Shaw 8 4 De La Salle M 0 7 Holy Cross l i, O SECOND Rau ND PLAY 4, rl :,, 1 Chalmetfegg 9 1 a will MQW M4 , E W W :K wr M ' s ,ffl W x n 5 Oxu 50: Avila" 47 PMP Wi ,,, M VV.. 1-, ,, .i van W his 93' yl fa iff ...wi 2 K Y :iff ifi OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Bob Harvey displays his ability to hit the ball. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: Junior Varsity Squad, Ibottom rowl J. Dimaggio, J. LaCoste, B. Thompson, M. Reynolds, A. Leblanc, D. Spako, D. Tauzy, Imiddle rowl C. Frosch, S. Foley, D. Babin, S. Borne, O. Valeton, D. Cuny, B. Dumestre, M. Doherty, E. Castay, Itop FOWI Coach George Ryan, E. Corcoran, G. Membreno, W. Zimmerman, B. Harvey, J. Sigl, S. Saucier, W. Vanderbrook, J. Becklehimer, K. Julian, Coach Myles Seghers. THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: O. J. Valeton waits eagerly for the next hit. BOTTOM LEFT: Wayne Burckel is ready to field a grounder. TOP RIGHT: Brock Dumestre concentrates on the next pitch. BOTTOM RIGHT: John Sigl stretches to make the last out. i i I 1 ! 5 F Rg... . if ' 1 fififfl fi' A-gi., " 52. .3.f5..Za 5 I .W 'fiff' . . Tift , ug ' fl "f.i.f--- Jefferson lfflgrish District Champ., Trcick ln spite of its disappointing finish in District, Rummel combined to form a contending thinclcd team. The Raider team competed in thirteen meets, placed in the top three in every meet and took ist in four meets. During the season there were many outstanding performances. New school records were set by Ray Dugas in the high jump with a lump of 6'6", Jeff Jones in the high hurdles with a time of l4.4 seconds, the triple iump record was broken by Bill Sehrt with a iump of 44'3" and the Mile and two mile records were broken by Ed Lehman with times of 4:24.2 and lO:O7.0. W: It ,,, 3 I if in , OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Co-Captains Jay Kinberger and Eddie Lehrman receive Ist place trophy from Brother David at the Christian Brothers Relays. BOTTOM: Jim Broussard clears hurdle with good form and qualifies for State. THIS PAGE TOP: Ray Dugas displays form that brought him District crown. BOTTOM LEFT: Miler, Eddie Lehrman bears down as he hits the final lap. BOTTOM RIGHT: Jeff Jones explodes off blocks in 880 relay. . TOP RIGHT: Alan Roux hits o good pace in the two mile. TOP LEFT: Mike Piazza and Kenny Pfou stretch for victory in the 440. BOTTOM: Raider mile relay team consisting of Kenny Pfau, Tom Daniels, Ben Mercier, and Jay Kinberger bask in glory after taking first in the Chalmette Invitational. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Jay Kinberger establishes himself as the 880 King of District T T -AAAA. BOTTOM: Members ofthe T976 Rummel Track Team consist of: lfront rowj Dan Bosch, Scott Zimmernam, Ricky Rousset, Tom Daniels, Kyle Boudreau, Ray Eschette, J. J. Johnson, Bruce Laborde, Frank Caragliano, and Mike St. Germain, lsecond rowl Ron Heckel, Al Thompson lmgr.l, John Kent, Jim Brousard, Bob Casse, Steve Gurly, Ray Dugas, Chris Bonnet, Alan Roux, Jay Kinberger lcapt.l, Ben Mercier, Ed Mercier, Ed Lehrmonn lcapt.l, Darryl Robelot, Drew Gillen lmgr.l, Dan Decha lmgr.l, lthird fowl Mike Jones, Art Hyatt, Kenny Pfau, George Hingle, Kenny Christina, Doug Womac, Bill Sehrt, Jeff Jones, Scott Marks, Ed Womac, lfourth rowj Br. Mike Cimino, Coach Martin, Chris Prieur, Roy Schlaudecker, Craig Carson, Keith Osborne, Charlie Tapia, Mike Piazza, Jamie Hodgins, John Vollenwelder lmgr.l, Charlie Burg lmgr.l, Coach Doyle, Cooch Torris. T82 J i f' r ,, Q Q, 4 Q' 1 1 I l 1 . I AL ,i .. ,f it 1 Q ,,, T If 52: 'ga-1 2: pr. As the year progressed many runners did, too. Some of these runners are Jim Broussard in the high hurdles, Frank Caragliano in the 220, Roy Schlaudecker in the shot, Kenny Pfau in the 440 and Jay Kinberger in the 880. This year Rummel placed six district winners to regionals, of these six, three went to state, Jeff Jones, Jimmy Broussard, and Ray Dugas. 2 "ty Q I M EL, . W x TOP: Jeff Jones heads for another school record in the 120 high hurdles. BOTTOM LEFT: Tommy Daniels breaks fhe tape in the 220. BOTTOM RIGHT: J. J. Johnson is off and running in 880 yard relay. 31? la .5 1 W - n ..4 N ,ff .V Q ., - f Qui-W' Y 1.9 715 1 ,,,cf' 2 ...W 1' T ! ,.,s.,: ,-.,. if J A lv.. in ggi, s-an 7 if as 2 J lf, '2 ,... " Z 'H I I -W ,,,. vw- ff. R 'sf f J 5 x V1 Eff' f ,T VKX ,T 'given IC: , . 1? Pt i T We K 'T , 1, ,af f K . We f'f'Qif? M J- -' . , vm, 'itfi veggies. Q , . MGR A ,. ziif-xv :wifi . ' T ' N ,..,,. T . A T ' A fi l , . , rw , g ,W we MM: -. V K fx p J , 4 I N,-lla A ,ww , ' :- TOP LEFT: Roy Schluudecker puts the shot. TOP RIGHT: Bill Sehrt stretches out a long one in the triple iump. BOTTOM LEFT: Ben Mercier gets a good start for the mile relay team. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mike Piazza and Ben Mercier take it easy for a while. 185 J.V. Track The I976 edition of the Raider J.V. Track team has one outstanding characteristic that should go a long way in providing a fine nucleus for the varsity team. They were consistent, finishing no lower than 3rd in any meet this year. Although Rummel lacked the depth to win district, many outstanding individual performers surfaced. With determined individual effort they should become a fine track unit in the near future. RIGHT: Lou Dominguez and Paul Lagarde race to the finish line over the low hurdles. BELOW LEFT: Kyle Boudreau gets the 440 yd. relay team a good start. BELOW RIGHT: Al Randazzo breaks through a low hurdle in an effort to get lst. . , ew, is 1 ., 1 9 :P 'i.,i iiiif f ,fb an-x M Newsome. , V vis by, w .,., - LEFT: Kip Leftwich takes the baton from John Joseph as Coach Martin keeps an eye on them. BELOW: David Engelhardt, Daryl Robelot, Mike St. Germain, Greg Raymond, and Tim Peterson clown around for the camera. BELOW LEFT: Coach Doyle calls out Craig Kelly's split in the mile. -NN -MQ. in L A A 'J -ki' Siillff-31f,7i'll.fi -'-iir 1 ' , ...l .,s"1'f' 1 sf E 3 ra ABOVE: 1976 JV Track Team ll st rowl Paul Lanclos, Scott Zimmerman, Don Leftwich, Tom St. Germain, Ray Eschette, John Theriot, John Joseph, Frank Daigle, Charles Tapia, 12nd rowl Arthur Hyatt, David Engelhardt, Walter Hogan, Mark Schexnayder, Joseph Christina, Keith Goodfellow, Dan Bosch, Fred Klotz, Daryl Robelot, Al Randazzo, Coach Torres, l3rd rowl Louis Dominguez, Norman Prats, All Burns, Ronald Doyle, Stephen Resor, Howard Naquin, Ed Gravois, Chuck Dugas, Frank Soraya, Jerry Clesi, Tim Peterson, Craig Kelly, Ricky Rousset, Paul Lagarde, Pat Suffern. 187 Soccer For the second year in a row the Raider soccer team captured the district title with 7-1-1 overall record. Under the coaching of Brother Alphonse Le Blanc, the team overcame inconsistent play early in the season to advance to the city play-offs for the third consecutive year. Rummel, however, failed to capture the city championship as they lost in the playoffs to Country Day, the eventual city Champs in a game that saw 90 minutes of non-stop action, the Raiders were defeated by the Caiuns l-O in sudden death overtime. Led by captains Allen Buiol, Casey Geohegan, and Brian Smith, the Raider offense racked up a respectable 20 goals in nine games while the defense allowed only 4. Q H Q, 1 'fs ,W A M I ,,,, , ,MW it Ak 5' , . 'ef .s M? fa is it . 9 'Z' 1 W OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Casey Geohegan passes down field. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Mike Dicarlo steals the ball. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM RIGHT: Brien Smith dribbles down field in the biggest game of the season. TOP: Members of the soccer team lbock rowl Brian Credo, Lionel Richard, Mike Dicarlo, Manuel Gutierrez, Greg Hendrix, Mike Plonchet, Robert O'NeiI, Barry Lemoine, Mark Stromeyer, Robert Andries, Robert Zocary, Brother Al Leblanc, Imicldle rowl Pat Sufferen, Chris Miller, Nofie Alfonse, George Young, Mario Gaudamud, Andrew Pierce, Karl Kuhne, Scott Ray, James Kilcoyne, Robert Trocquet, Andrew Porter, lbottom rowl Ollie French, Richard Ducombs, Brian Smith, Casey Geohegen, Steve Porter, Allen Buiol, Ted Fish, Keith LeBlanc. BOTTOM RIGHT: Allen Buiol moves in for a score. ABOVE: Members of the soccer team anxiously wait for the Raiders' score. eg, 9 TOP: Soccer captains, Brian Smith, Allen Bujol and Casey Geohegan, accept the first place trophy in the 3rd Annual Rummel Invitation. ABOVE: Casey Geohegan makes another save to lead a victory over O. P. Walker. RIGHT: Andy Pierce moves in on the ball. ,M Q. tam if-.I 1k wi ,iss ,, 5 .Nas Q W Q 5 1 3 1 we-fs 5 su J , 6 R sf J.V. Soccer Although the Junior Varsity Soccer team had a short season, they placed second in the district of four teams, with a 2-l-l record. The Raiders lost to O. P. Walker in the playoffs at the Pan American Stadium by the score of 2-l . The J.V. team will have a post season team to make up for the short season. LEFT: Carl Wiebelt moves down field while Randy Elstrott looks on. BELOW: Members of the soccer team are left to right lback rowl Pat Suffern, Jim Berthelot, Greg Breedy, Billy Floyd, Fred Clotz, Kevin Martin, Br. Alphonse LeBlanc, lmiddle fowl Gene Unser, Greg Meyer, Donovan Allen, Glen Bolner, Mike Tifft, lbottom rowl Brian Werner, Randy Elstrott, Ted Fish, Steve Porter, Chriss Cressionie, Carl Wliebelt, Kevin Reilly. Wrestling The 1975-76 Wrestling team finished one of its best seasons with a 1 1-4 record. To top the year off they took 1st in parish, placed 3rd in City, and 7th in State. PARISH CHAMPS 1st Place 112 lbs. - Bill Nelson 126 lbs. - Ben Toledano 138 lbs. - Barry Bordonaro 155 lbs. - Jay Raspino 2nd Place 105 lbs. - Vince Adolph 185 lbs. - Bobby Dale Unlim. - Roy Schlaudecker CITY CHAMPS 2nd Place 112 lbs. - Bill Nelson 145 lbs. - Mike Ryan 3rd Place 132 lbs. - Barry Bordonaro STATE CHAMPS 3rd Place 126 lbs. - Ben Toledano 165 lbs. - David Menendaz 4th Place 112 lbs. - Bill Nelson 145 lbs. - Mike Ryan s 1 L1 1' 'MNH 'ie fy 1 X Wigs,-ef5?' eddlwlf- ,Hayne- OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Gene Viola gets ready to take down his opponent. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM: 1975-76 Wrestling Team, fist rowl Henry Montegut, Bill Nelson, Richard Tompson, Everett Fetzer, Robbie Oswald, Mike Ryan, Jay Raspino, Bobby Dale, David Menendez, l2nd row, kneelingl Vince Adolph, Steven Boos, Glenn Guilbeau, Mile Yazbeck, E. Miller, Pat Malone, Giris Prieur, Greg Stacy, Wade Langlois, Lewis Mercier, Alan Staub, Jay Suter, Robert Neeley, l3rd rowl Jimmy Bonnot, Kevin Troyer Alan Mashburn, Mark Funel, Barry Bordonaro, Eric Windstein, Fred Landry, David Englehard, Dennis Duhon, Todd Simoneaux, Robert Harper, David Gaspard, Micky Richard, Coach Murphy. vi? TOP: Bill Nelson scores another for Rummel. MIDDLE: Chris Prieur is winner over E.J. BOTTOM: Hammy Andressen is ready to pin a West Jefferson grappler. i I 193 E--92. I Q qs ,..fg 4f,-,:,,,.:g 'iff' E. 5 f A fx? u 5 f ' m,yfv f Q H Q-W if W f MR. in ,.,. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Lewis Mercier tries to pin his opponent. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Mike Ryan doesn't believe he won thot one. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM RIGHT: Ben Toledano odds another win to his record. ON THIS PAGE LEFT: Put Malone is about to pin his opponent. MIDDLE: Richard Tompson wraps-up his opponent. BOTTOM: Barry Bordonoro is getting ready to finish off his opponent, 'ig ,gnu--. Swimming The swim team started its season off by defeating West Jefferson. The Raider swim team also took fourth in the city swim meet and a week later the Raiders, through pride and determination, took third in the state meet. This was the best finish in the state meet in the history of Rummel. Brother Harris, the moderator, calls the season an enthusiastic and developmental year. Bill Johnson, Co-Captain, said after the state meet that this was by far the best team we ever had, everyone swam fantastically, especially the freshmen. le, ,.,,, '- SM' H W 4 Wgwl' 39. f V QJQQ-53-. ,, f 2 ' Q, V-u Jtfff , -,, e s.is,-ww '5 ,Q-T . , , y, wife 413 W Q- s ww'w1 gp, , ,T ,155 y "ii'r g s .,A,. . W 1 OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Brian Fritscher wins in breaststroke in the city meet. OPP. PAGE BOTTOM: The 1975-76 Raider swim team lbottom rowj Moderator Brother Harris, J. Chatelain, M. Mobile, P. Dunn, S. Fuselier, L. Lanier, T. Connell, Coach Pat Connell, lmiddle rowl J. Cosentino, J. Pecoraro, T. Fish, K. Martin, K. Frosch, A. Balmer, B. Johnson, R. Everett P. Barney, ltop rowl T. Oddo, T. Dale, P. Posner, K. Dunn, B. Fritscher, P. Achee diver, J. Callaghan. TOP LEFT: Coach Pat Connell congratulates Co-Captain Bill Johnson for qualifying for All-American in the city swim meet. Bill went on to reset his city record. He also broke his state record a week later. BOTTOM LEFT: Soph. Perry Achee practices for the state diving meet. Perry placed second in the city diving meet and fifth in the state diving meet. BOTTOM RIGHT: Ricky Everett swims butterfly in one of the dual meets. 1 Golf Led by all-district selections Carl Poche and Robert Condon, the Raider varsity completed the first round of play tied for first place with Brother Martin. In the playoff, Carl Poche led the team to an eight stroke victory. In the second round the Raiders went undefeated Q7-OI and were declared District I I-AAAA Champions with an overall I2- I record. A big event of the season was a IO shot victory in the Ist Annual Black Gold Invitational Tournament. Robert Condon was medalist and Carl Poche was runner-up. The Raider Iinksmen finished 7th in the state tournament. The J.V. won the first round I5-I I and came in second to Shaw in the second round. Their overall record was the best in the league II I-2l. RIGHT: Carl Poche approaches another green in regulation, as Mike Giambelluco tends the pin. BOTTOM LEFT: Robert Condon puts his weight behind a typically long drive. BOTTOM RIGHT: Mike Argote, Tim Trainor, and Mark Bernard await their turn on the tee. OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Bottom row, left to right: Mike Schoen, Tim Trainor, Carl Poche, Mark Bernard, Itop row, left to rightl Robert Condon Ico-captainl, Mike Giambelluca, Mike Argote Ico-captoinl, and Lee Lanoux ICoachl. OPP. PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Robert Condon taps one in for another "bird," as Mike Argote checks the line. BOTTOM RIGHT: Argote's "big head" adds power to his drive as Robert Condon and Mark Bernard stare in disbelief. '77 Q,-x .,-, ' iff' J' QL-.Q ws' Tennis The Tennis Team finished league play with an 8-2 record, and third place in the NOITA. They also placed third in the league's fall tournament. ln the Morgan City Tournament, the doubles team of Allen Rupple and Johnny Bunel placed second, and Allen finished fifth in singles thus qualifying them for the state tournament. The six seniors will be dearly missed. Returning lettermen include: Johnny Bunel, Hector Valle, Craig Borges, Jim Schutty, Billy Vogel, and Steve Bruce. The JV Tennis Team completed its season with impressive wins over Newman and Shaw. The top JV netters were Todd LaCoste, Kip Leftwich, Steve Bierman, Scott Russell, and Randy Bennen. Coach Don Dessauer was ably assisted by Brother Dale Guillot. as 1'- W-sr. N' ff: :ll ij' Q... 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' - ,, !"J3'f i ' F ' , , ww ,fn Q, 1 5 ' ,fl 5, 1 1 ',.:" ,,p.v I V f ,'a?f"2. .- 'W ' ' 1 gg? 1 -,J - -,N ., ,k Q- 6 ,,, t,..3..,-3 J wwf ff- ', Af , w.,.,- ., f, ., i ' ' 1 f-fff + ,A , V jgfiw , ff ,h - if ,A ,-I f ,. ,gif w if H ,I IT s ggfl b i '15, L,, JI M5 F M .. .7. 3,1 f -' 4 gy ,, R H, 1 S, . ,, 'fx f 41, 2 41 1 . , ,44QE,,m 'l ev, ,W v 4 'F .V 1, . ,ff 31" Q - . I ' ,. 1 :- , ' - - it . . , . 1, . 4, . ' Q- . , 1 l K ' vs . . . , - x I . . . . , ' N . . . ,I , . 4 . 1 ,.- 4 sf A Q ' .1 s 1 1 , 4 . ,. . ,. 6 O 4' J , W J sf 4 -"Z "' vm l. V,,f. - . vi 'Q' xc ,,zd,., ,, .f"- - . aww. 4 a v ' . of .4 ,ut fr 4 , 1 3' i ,s. r- J., .J ,.,,..'.y Y' ' , ,fa-4 'f OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Allen Rupple, the best single, shows his winning form. OPPOSITE PAGE BOTTOM LEFT: Coach Don helps Senior players David and Mark with their backhand. BOTTOM: Quentin Kelly and Rick Fontova double in one of their many matches together. TOP: Front row: Coach Dessauer, Johnny Bunel, Mark Begault, Ricky Fontova, Billy Vogel, James Vega, Kevin Englade, lback rowl Allen Rupple, Jim Schutty, Steve Bruce, Quentin Kelly, David Everett, lmissing from picturej Brother Dale Guillot, Hector Valle, Craig Borges. runnin JV Tennis TOP: Ricky Fonfova serves one of his many ace serves. BOTTOM: JV Team, lkneelingl Paul Avocato, Johnny Posner, lslandingj Tommy St. Amant, Scoh Russell, Billy Pietri, Don Leffwich, Bruce Borner, Jody Pepitone, Gary Troyer, Keith Hernandez, Timmy Connell, Shawn Ryan, Steve Bierman, Randy Bennen, Peter Posener, Coach Dessauer, lmissing from picturel Todd Lacoste, Charles Muller, Billy Dupre. - A. , 12 A .- ' 1-.1 Bowling The Raider bowling team finished successfully once again this year in prep league action. Leading the team in its fifth productive season were captain Bill Blum, with a 165 average, and Lewis Schuler, with a 164 average. Rounding out the team were Joe Nickolaus, 1516, Mike Muntz, 153, Mike Stagno, 1505 and George Alonzo, 148. Dom Solito served as an alternate, with a 150 average. TOP: Members ofthe Bowling Club include: lbottom rowl James Paci, Greg Barre, Steven Kern, Randy Boner, Manuel Campo, Kevin Byxbe, Wayne McAdams, lsecond rowl Manuel Estrada, Mark Conzoneri, Duane DeLaune, Charles Bond, Craig Hill, lthird rowl Terry Granier, James Mayeux, Mike Campo, David Davenport, Dom Solito, lfourth rowl Mike Muntz, Joseph Pace, Mark Gennaro, Pat Ricks, Tony Tramonte, Ronnie Roussel, lfifth rowl George Alonzo, Herb Duvoisin, Charles Cardella, Jules Dufresne, Chris Bucher, Joe Deckelmann, lsixth rowl George Drendel, David Moynan, Brett Parent, Jim Bader, Lewis Schuler, Bill Blum, and Anthony Fasone. LEFT: Joe Nicholas sends one for a strike against Holy Cross. RIGHT: Rummel Bowling Squad: lbottom rcwl Joe Nickolas, Mike Stagno, Mike Muntz, ltop rowl Lewis Schuler, Bill Blum, George Alonzo. Pride Unlimited 1975-76 has been a year of rebuilding for Pride Unlimited. With the loss of the maiority of the club, lcaused by graduationl, the club turned to the younger underclassmen to help form a foundation for the coming years. Activities for the year included athletic games and several planned meetings. Next year should be a great year in light of the new ideas started. AT RIGHT: Rummel students support the Raiders. BOTTOM: Juniors show off their '77 Rummel shirts. ,HG M ,A 1 -'A .3 y '- ,. f :gem-.1 ., . :wwf V44 ,lil y ' - -- 7 V " f. an 4 ' ' ,. ' -of V , .Q A. 5 in-ai Pride Unlimited i975- 76 BOTTOM: T. Jones, S. Sauer, T. Fish, G. Barre, 12nd rowl G. Stinogha R. Scheuermann, B. Borner, l3rd rowl S. Russel, R. Ducombs, L. Rodrigue, l4th rowl S. Allen, I. Maheu, K. Martin. AT LEFT: Rummel students are enthused and excited at the football game. 6 Fall Sports Banquet Honored at the fall banquet were the football team, the Cross-Country Team and the Cheerleaders. Awards were given to the best offensive and defensive lineman and also to the most valuable player. The banquet ended with the highlight films of the past football season. f W f of fee sxz wt- . illlllllillll L s 1 fx ' Fw 4 1 ' Vigil 2 if 3 x MW OPPOSITE PAGE TOP: Coach Ryan presents Dan Deer with Most Valuable Defensive Player. LEFT: Coach Perret addresses the players and parents. BOTTOM: The football team presents Coach Martin with a new hairpiece and he likes it? THIS PAGE TOP LEFT: Coach Martin gives J. J. Johnson the Coach's Award. TOP RIGHT: Jay Kinberger receives the Most Valuable Cross Country Runner for '76 from Coach Doyle. LEFT: Craig Carson gives Coach Roth the Gusto Award. The Spring Sports Banquet was unusually small this year with the attendance of only 186. It honored the Track Team, the Basketball Team, the Baseball Team. There were several awards given in each sport climaxing with the presentation ofthe Rufus Raider Award to Mike Warren. 08 .435 OPPOSITE PAGE: TOP: Coach Roberts presents Billy Schaefer with Most Valuable Offensive Basketball Player. LEFT: Fall Sports Banquet Winners Jim Broussard, .leff Jones, Ray Dugas, Gus Malespin, David Stokes, Mike Warren, Ken Francingues, Mark Scheffler, Alan Thibodeaux, Bill Schaefer. BOTTOM CENTER: Kenny Francingues receives an award for being the best pitcher from Coach Whitman. FAR LEFT: Rufus Cressend presents Mike Warren with the Rufus Raider Award. THIS PAGE: TOP LEFT: State Champ Ray Dugas is awarded Most Valuable Fieldman from Coach Heckel. ABOVE: Coach Martin gives Jeff Jones the Most Valuable Trackman Award. LEFT: Mark Scheffler is very happy to receive the Coach's Award from Coach Seghers. Q POTPOURRI BOTTOM: 1976-1977 Parent-Booster Club Executive Board Members. ffront rowllleft to rightl Herman Boudreau, E. J. Breaux, Agatha Guitierez, Jeanne Morealle, Lois Escude, Louis Reynolds, Br. Norbert Russel, lback rowl Joseph Berthelot, Br. John Fairfax, George Frosh, Arthur Deichmann, Br. Bill Gruber, lmissingl John Coon. RIGHT: Br. Ephrem's students love to play games, Scrabble in French, that is. BOTTOM: J.P.S.O. helicopter pays a visit to Mr. Niemietz's Law Enforcement class. LEFT: Flying ace, Greg Hedrick, takes notes on howto bring himself back to earth. BOTTOM: Selected seniors were honored with their "name in light" this year. BOTTOM LEFT: T976-77 student council executive officers: Blaine Fury, vice president, Ricky Robards, treasurer, John McCabe, president, and George Alonzo, secretary. RIGHT: Talent night star David "Bowie" Otillio does his thing. BOTTOM CB Radios were "in" in 1976. John Guillory fries to raise "Rubber Duck' to check for "Smokies" before leaving the school parking lot K . llL'3::JAEi nik Gif I1 LEFT: Unidentified boxer "floats" like a butterfly as he is stung like a bee during the annual Raider boxing matches initiated by the student council. BOTTOM RIGHT: Senior Louis Handal earns his spending money by guessing weights at Pontchartrain Beach. BOTTOM: '76 Student Council Executive Board members present Paul Doolen with the "lover of the year" award during the senior day award ceremony. 4956321 13 aw ADE Hankel Hankel Hankel Lefty Hankel Charles Hankel Mr and Mrs C E oberll Perre Jayne Blouln and Mrs P Ch Mr and Mrs L Leveque and Mrs R McCoslln Alvarez Donncway Fassons Mr Tony Starnes Mr and Mrs and Mrs Nncale and Mr and Mrs HC Y, ge? QS 1 5 E Q. 'F Lg Hz Ti A A 5? 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